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Government officials around the world are currently establishing plans to reopen the economy. While waiting to return to a sense of normalcy, many of your patrons will be inclined to learn new skills and/or earn additional income in their newfound spare time. Give your site visitors the opportunity to enhance … Read more…

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Rosetta Stone v. Google – The Fight Against Trademark Bidding Becomes Relevant Again

Last week the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals brought back language in the case of Rosetta Stone vs. Google. The language in question is part of a case that had been dismissed in 2010 by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. In 2009, Google changed its … Read more…