Now You Can Trademark Cannabis Products and Services, with Limitations

You now can trademark cannabis products and services but with important limitations.

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No-Match Surge. What Employers Need to Know

In another effort to make the lives of undocumented immigrants unbearable, the Trump administration, via the Social Security Administration (SSA), has been sending more than 570,000 communications to businesses across the country of the so-called ‘no-match letters”. This actions started in the Spring of 2019, as reported by the New York Times. Read the article here. In a few words, the no-match letter indicates discrepancies between the SSA records, the name of the person and…

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Ride Share Alternatives: Tripstars Offers Professional Services that Challenges Uber and Lyft

It takes guts to compete against Uber and Lyft, the giants of the rideshare universe, but a company in Phoenix is offering personalized ride share services at better prices for the consumer while providing above-industry incentives to qualified new drivers to join. TripStars is such a company. An immigrant-owned rideshare enterprise serving the metro-phoenix area, Tripsart has a passion for doing things differently. How can a company compete the tech giants?  By offering better, local services…

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The Perils of Using Your Name as a Brand

Thank you Bhavini Mistry for her contribution with this article.What is all the fuss? In 2014 the California-based surfer brand O’Neill sent a “#ceaseanddesist” letter to Thaddeus O’Neil, a designer from Long Island who sells similar surfer clothing.  A “cease and desist” is the first legal step to stop another company from performing certain actions. In this case, O’Neill wants to stop Thaddeus from selling clothes under his name [Thaddeus O’Neil] because it is very…

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