Blog Posts in 2014

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  • How YOU Can Help Eliminate Red-Light Cameras In Arlington!
    How YOU Can Help Eliminate Red-Light Cameras In Arlington!

    There are many reasons for disliking red light cameras. You can come to the conclusion that they actually make intersections less safe. You can believe that they are a money-making scam. You can find ...

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  • Update On The TWU-A&M School Of Law Diploma Effort
    Update On The TWU-A&M School Of Law Diploma Effort

    Here’s the latest on the effort to convince Texas A&M to reissue diplomas to the folks that made Texas A&M University School of Law possible. If you don’t know the first part of the story, read the ...

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  • Open Carry V. City Of Arlington - Sidewalk Law Is Still Unconstitutional.
    Open Carry V. City Of Arlington - Sidewalk Law Is Still Unconstitutional.

    The City of Arlington has revised its sidewalk ordinance, hoping to pass constitutional muster. I believe the City has failed. Having looked at the case law, I’m convinced that the proposed law ...

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  • The Redskins Trademark - Another Trademark Saga
    The Redskins Trademark - Another Trademark Saga

    This summer, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) cancelled the registrations of five trademarks belonging to the Washington Redskins, finding that they were disparaging to “Native ...

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  • Johnny Football's Trademark Woes - A Lesson In Acting Fast
    Johnny Football's Trademark Woes - A Lesson In Acting Fast

    While processing trademark applications for our clients, I often run into interesting tidbits of intellectual property fun, about which I am just sure other people would enjoy knowing. This weekend I ...

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