In this issue, Crown®, LLP unearths the SPOOKY side of intellectual property.
Owen Seitel appeared as a special guest on Sports Econ 101 With Edward Brown and Vern Glenn to discuss sports-related economic issues, with a particular focus in this episode on the California Fair Pay to Play Act and the change of the NCAA’s longstanding policy, now allowing NCAA student-athletes to exploit and receive money from licensing their name, image, and likeness (aka “NIL”) without jeopardizing their eligibility as Student-Athletes.
Elizabeth J. Rest appeared as a special guest on Edward Brown’s show, The Best of Investing, on KDOW AM1220, speaking about trademark protection, branding strategies, enforcement, and counterfeiting issues for businesses.
Owen Seitel introduces some considerations to protect your IP in the fitness industry, from business formation to legal waivers, the right of publicity of athletes to the trademark laws to protect your brand.
Elizabeth Rest highlights the benefits of copyright registration for brand logos and the extra protections it affords. Protect your brand and spend a minute learning about copyright protection for logos.
You’ve probably heard of trademark, copyright, NIL, and other licenses, but what about an implied license? What happens when you don’t have a written agreement concerning the use of another’s intellectual property? Watch as Crown®, LLP Partner Owen Seitel dives into implied licenses.
What happens when a trademark owner doesn’t control how their trademark is used by a licensee? Watch Crown®, LLP Partner Elizabeth J. Rest undress naked licenses.