Intellectual Property Law: Under Copyright Law, You Don’t Always Get What You Pay For

Several surprises lurk in federal copyright law that are often revealed to employers after it is too late to avoid harsh consequences.  Most employers mistakenly assume that everything an employee creates that may relate to the employee’s job automatically belongs to the employer.  Equally surprising to most employers is that nothing ­that an independent contractor…

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In-N-Out Burger Settles its Beef with Grab-N-Go

Bowie & Jensen’s Joshua A. Glikin represented famous West Coast burger joint In-N-Out Burger against a restaurant formerly called Grab-N-Go in Aberdeen, Maryland. Glikin successfully negotiated a settlement in federal court that has since led the opposing side to change their name.

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