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Tag Archives: Intellectual Property Florida

Hashtags Can Qualify for Trademark Protection

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The Wall Street Journal recently posted a story about how companies are increasingly seeking trademark protection for hashtags. Hashtags are used on the internet, particularly social media, as a method of communication and information sorting. On some sites, such as Twitter, a hashtag is clickable and will sort all messages pertaining to a certain… Read More »

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Should Your Patent be For Sale?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you invent a product or formula, it is highly important that you obtain a patent to protect your ownership rights to that product. However, developing and patenting an invention does not mean you will automatically reach financial success, as neither the design nor the patent will bring in income. In order to effectively… Read More »

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Florida Law Places New Requirements on Internet Businesses

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Online piracy of music and other media has been a problem that the internet has been trying to cope with for years now. A new Florida law is attempting to make piracy easier for content owners to respond to. The law, known as the True Origin of Digital Goods Act, was signed into law… Read More »

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Nike Opposes Local Business’ Trademark Rights

By Michael Pike |

A legal action filed by athletics giant Nike against local Florida business Crossfit CityPlace, a Pike & Lustig, LLP client, alleges that the small business has attempted to register a trademark that is too similar to one of Nike’s marks. The trademarks in question are Nike’s “jumpman” logo, a silhouette depiction of a slam-dunking Michael Jordan,… Read More »

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