Tag Archives: COVID-19

Stimulus Legislation Brings Substantial Changes to Trademark and Copyright Law

Congress tucked major trademark and copyright legislation into the almost 6,000 page COVID-relief stimulus package it passed in the waning days of 2020. Overall, these changes will make it easier for rightsholders to pursue infringement claims going forward. On the trademark front, the stimulus bill contained the “Trademark Modernization Act of 2020.” The TMA formalizes … Continue Reading

Companies Must Evaluate and Respond to Data Security and Privacy Issues Raised by COVID-19

Remote work is a mandate for many companies during the coronavirus (“COVID-19”) pandemic. With so many employees working from home, companies face increasing privacy and data security challenges as they conduct business remotely while attempting to protect sensitive data from unauthorized access and use. Organizations must ensure that they are implementing the proper security and … Continue Reading
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