Banksy Lost a Trademark Battle in the E.U.

May 25, 2021

  Banksy Lost a Trademark Battle in the E.U. After Quotes From His Past Come Back to Haunt Him The famous and mysterious street artist Banksy lost a trademark battle with Full Color Black’s greeting card company. The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) ruled that the trademark of one of Banksy’s paintings is invalid.…

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How cute can Immigration be? Art Competition!

August 8, 2010

How cute can Immigration be? Instead of immigration assistance and dedicated work for families who are in need to legally enter the US, USCIS offers an art competition for kids. Cute? Well, yes, but I can see my tax Dollars better at work.…Greetings, Reinhard von Hennigs Best regards und viele Grüße aus Charlotte Reinhard…

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Think it’s safe to ignore a foreign lawsuit? Think again…

December 6, 2009

In the past, some of our international corporate clients have asked a similar question, “Why should I worry about an American-based lawsuit against my company in Europe? What if I just ignore it?” While it is easy to see the significant consequences of a foreign judgment in a criminal case (just ask Roman Polanski), there…

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