Bound By Arbitration? Do You Know What It Means?

Deciding whether or not to put arbitration clauses in your contracts is more involved than deciding if you want grated parmesan on your pasta. Don’t you just love going out for Italian food? There’s nothing that makes your mouth water quite the same way as the aroma...

Update on Patents and Chocolate Chip Cookies

SCOTUS Ruled In Time For National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day An update on patents, genes, and chocolate chip cookie recipes. Back in June for National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day (not to be confused with National Chocolate Chip Day which is August 4th) I told you about a...

Don’t Let Your Corporate Protection Melt Away

Stay On Top of the Details or Your Corporate Protection Could Melt Like Ice Cream in July Last week I closed by asking your for a Klondike bar. Who wouldn’t? The scorching Texas summer is upon us, and like moths to a campfire we’re all drawn toward the frozen relief...

Protecting Your Trademarks Can Be a Life Saver

Creating Sparks since 1912 Several years ago, when my daughter was much younger, I told her how Life Savers made sparks in her mouth. She, of course, had to see for herself. I patiently watched and waited while she stood in front of the mirror in a darkened bathroom,...

Contract Disputes and Watermelons

Something to Think About When You’re Chin Deep in a Slice of Watermelon It’s almost time for our annual 4th of July festivities. Aside from watching fireworks, one of the biggest Independence Day traditions is cookout/picnic complete with fresh watermelon. If you’re...