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Will the Gutting of WHOIS Hurt Your Business?

Posted on June 20, 2018. A recent change to the WHOIS system, which creates a public record of domain-name ownership, will cause big problems for stopping pfishing and malware attacks and trademark infringements. WHOIS provides contact information for someone who registers a domain name. It includes the individual’s name, company or organization if applicable, address, Read the full article…

Tips for Protecting Your Company’s Intellectual Property When Using Summer Employees and Interns

Posted on May 22, 2018. ‘Tis the season for companies onboarding summer employees and unpaid interns (I’ll call them “employees” for simplicity’s sake). Below are tips for protecting your company’s intellectual property (“IP” in lawyer lingo) during their employment. You Need a Written Agreement. You should have a written agreement with your employees that covers Read the full article…

Embedding Social Media Posts Can Be Copyright Infringement

Tom Brady’s Instagram account is a bizarre rabbit hole. His social-media team posts an odd cartoon after every Patriots victory. It is impossible to describe the fever-dream quality of these cartoons. One features Brady in a scuba suit, a tattooed dolphin selling fidget spinners, and a mustachioed crocodile. Another has Brady and teammate Dont’a Hightower Read the full article…