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Counterfeit Goods Spread Feces on Your Face (and Other Reasons Consumers Should Avoid Counterfeit Goods)

Curtailing counterfeit goods is a major focus for brand owners who collectively spend billions of dollars a year to combat counterfeit goods worldwide.[1] Right now, the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition is holding its annual conference in Seattle, where I assist clients by protecting and enforcing their brands through trademark registrations, copyright registrations, domain name registrations, customs recordations, and … Continue Reading

Alicia Bell and Carla Quisenberry Published in Oregon Beer Growler: Protecting Your Brewery’s Intellectual Property Can Pay Off in a Big Way

Although brewing is a collegial industry, brewery competition does grow tighter, and there’s a growing interesting in protecting brands—and even innovative beer recipes and processes—as intellectual property. In an article for Oregon Beer Growler, Alicia Bell and Carla Quisenberry discuss what brewery owners can do to protect their intellectual property. To read the full article, click here.… Continue Reading
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