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The Courts Step in to Protect TikTok from the Trump Administration

Posted in IP

In a dramatic Sunday morning hearing (conducted remotely via telephone), lawyers for TikTok and the Trump Administration battled over whether the government’s order banning TikTok from the Apple and Google app stores would take effect that night. The Trump Administration has argued for months that TikTok is a threat to national security because its corporate… Continue Reading

Does Trump Own “Make America Great Again?”

Posted in Trademark Law

As I frequently mention in my articles, trademark law is a much more prevalent part of the average person’s life than they realize. We are surrounded by the trademarks of numerous companies every time that we step outside, or even when we look around our own homes. However, we would not generally expect for trademark… Continue Reading