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The popular website called ShesAHomeWrecker.com can best be described as a "gossip" website that has the purpose of exposing persons engaged in adultery. As one court has stated, the website markets itself as a forum in which aggrieved wives can publicly shame women who allegedly have committed adultery with their husbands. Users of the website…READ MORE
If properly and regularly used in commerce, trademarks can last forever. Lowenbrau, a German brewery, claims that its trademark has been in continuous use since 1383. Stella Artois, a Belgian brewery, claims continuous use of its trademark since 1366. Trademark registration, on the other hand, will last only as long as the registration is renewed…READ MORE
There are tens of thousands of apps for mobile devices like iPhones and Androids, and inventors are coming up with news apps everyday. Under some circumstances, mobile device apps can be patented and there are many good reasons for doing so. Obtaining a patent from the US Patent & Trademark Office ("USPTO") gives the owner…READ MORE
Cybersquatting is bad for your business. Cybersquatting is prohibited by the federal Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act ("ACPA"). See 15 U.S.C. § 1125. But, cybersquatting is still common. Cybersquatters register a domain name for a website using a trademarked name, word or phrase that they do not own. Revision Legal recommends two solutions to this problem…READ MORE