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  • The Slants Win Their Fight For Trademark Registration!
    The Slants Win Their Fight For Trademark Registration!

    The Asian-American band known as “ The Slants ” has been fighting to register its name as a trademark with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) since 2011. The USPTO denied the ...

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  • Texas A&M And TWU File Motions To Dismiss
    Texas A&M And TWU File Motions To Dismiss

    THIS WEEK, TEXAS A&M AND TEXAS WESLEYAN FILED THE EXPECTED MOTIONS TO DISMISS. HERE ARE THE FILED MOTIONS AND SUPPORTING BRIEFS: Doc010-TWU-MotDismiss Doc011-TWU-MotionDismiss-Brief ...

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  • The Disavowed Graduates File Against TWU And A&M School Of Law
    The Disavowed Graduates File Against TWU And A&M School Of Law

    Finally, after nearly two years of talking about it, and trying to cajole Texas A&M University School of Law to reissue degrees reflecting our law school’s new name, we have filed our Original ...

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  • Why The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement Should Be Stopped.
    Why The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement Should Be Stopped.

    In the last two weeks, the President and Congress have been wrestling with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the associated “fast-track” Trade Promotion Authority procedure to quickly create rules ...

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