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Category: Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property and College Athletes – New Directions by NCAA about Compensation

On November 26, 2019 by Schnader in Client Alerts

W. Drew Kastner and E. Taylor Hodges published a new client alert, “Intellectual Property and College Athletes – New Directions by NCAA about Compensation.” The alert states in part: “The rules for compensation of college athletes have become a hot issue involving state legislation, litigation, and a major announcement by the […]

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Assessing the Impact of Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Intellectual Property and Creditors’ Rights & Business Restructuring Issues

On June 19, 2019 by Schnader in Bankruptcy / Restructuring

Schnader’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and the Creditors’ Rights and Business Restructuring Practice Group published two client alerts assessing the impact of recent Supreme Court decisions. In “Supreme Court: Licensees Retain Trademark Rights After Rejection Under Section 365 of the Bankruptcy Code,” Daniel M. Pereira considers the decision in Mission […]

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Taking a Trip Around the Regulatory Block: U.S. Regulation of Blockchain and Digital Assets

On July 31, 2018 by Schnader in Client Alerts

Dennis O. Cohen and Rebecca Crance published a client alert, “Taking a Trip Around the Regulatory Block: U.S. Regulation of Blockchain and Digital Assets.” “Blockchain – a distributed electronic ledger that facilitates decentralized transaction networks – has the potential to transform finance and business not unlike the World Wide Web […]

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Don’t Poke the Regulatory Bear: Not a Realistic Option for the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Industries

On July 31, 2018 by Schnader in Client Alerts

Dennis O. Cohen published a client alert, “Don’t Poke the Regulatory Bear: Not a Realistic Option for the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Industries.” “Are cryptocurrencies and blockchain businesses overregulated or underregulated? Many in the field already feel under attack from the host of awakening U.S. federal and state regulators. Meanwhile, some […]

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