• Posts Tagged ‘1st Amendment’

    Mongols Can Wear Their Colors

    by  • August 4, 2009 • trademark

    An anonymous commenter to a previous blog post provided a link to today’s opinion finding that the government seizure of the Mongols trademark in United States v. Cavazos was not proper under the RICO statute. You may recall it was widely reported back in October, 2008 that the government had seized the registered trademark...

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    Who Owns Player Names and Statistics?

    by  • September 10, 2008 • right of publicity

    The NFL Players Association, through National Football League Players Inc., is a nonexclusive licensing entity for NFL players’ rights of publicity. CBS Interactive, which runs the web site CBSSports.com, did not believe that it needed a license to use player names and statistics for its fantasy football site, but, according to CBS Interactive, the...

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