Murray’s Law – Page 3 – Off the Mark

How Do I Protect My Products In A Cost Effective Way?

This week’s question comes from a group member who wanted to know how she could protect her products in a cost effective way. During the live video Attorney Murray discusses how to identify and protect your products trademarks and copyrights. If you want to participate in the live discussion make sure to join the Beyond…

Continue reading

When Is Imitation Infringement?

Whe​n Is Imitation Infringement?Over the last few weeks, I was sent two different instances of mainstream, big dollar entities content that bared an eerie resemblance to work created by two different incredible brilliant creative artists. Happenstance?While many people believe that imitation is the best form of flattery, many artists across the world adamantly disagree. Their…

Continue reading

Contracts Matter: 3 Famous Businesses Who Unintentionally Loss Their Trademarks At The Stroke Of A Pen

What does a hamburger joint, cookie company, and BBQ stand have in common? They each had insanely popular and profitable brands that were unwittingly signed away—with the simple stroke of a pen.Hamburger JointMcDonalds was created in 1940 by two brothers, Richard and Maurice McDonald. They were at the forefront of change in the restaurant business.…

Continue reading

The Feds Issues Stern Warning to Brand Ambassadors, Influencers, and Endorsers

​ Today on LegalPOP we’re discussing, the Feds, brand ambassadors, and your business.Most people are familiar with the idea of brand ambassadors, influencers, and endorsers but have you seen #ad or #sponsor and wondered, what’s up with that? If you are in business then you know that the number one rule in running a successful business is…

Continue reading

Are You Ready For The President To Control Your Intellectual Property?

Today on LegalPOP we’re talking politics…. Currently, the House of Judiciary Committee, (committee responsible for overseeing the administration of justice within the federal courts, admin agencies, and Federal law enforcement entities) is considering The Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act of 2017. I know, I know sounds like boring stuff but trust me you’re going…

Continue reading
>