The D.C. Bar Intellectual Property Law Section is sponsoring an event “The Trademark Office Speaks” next Wednesday, June 25th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at DLA Piper in Washington, DC (500 Eighth Street, NW Gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station).
DLA Piper’s International Advertising Group has published the Prize Promotions Across the World Handbook which provides an overview of prize promotion laws and regulations across 20 countries.
Prize promotions are an effective and increasingly popular marketing tool used globally for attracting customers. The internet and various social media platforms make this an attractive, cost efficient means of reaching a large, multi-jurisdictional customer base, but it is not without its legal challenges. This Handbook will help companies planning an international contest or sweepstakes to understand the challenges and restrictions the promotion will face in different jurisdictions.
The Fashion, Retail and Design team of DLA Piper is delighted to invite you to:
Fashion bloggers, e-commerce & wearable technologies
A conference organized in cooperation with Borsa Italiana (Italian Stock Exchange).
DLA Piper professionals from Europe, the United States, and Asia will share insights on the specific legal aspects when dealing with technologies, and highlight strategies, opportunities, risks, and challenges leading to “fashion 3.0.”
By Ann K. Ford
DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property partners from around the world, including the United States, London, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Paris, and Sydney, met the new Intellectual Property team in Beijing, China, led
The DLA Piper Fashion, Retail and Design group distributed the 11th edition of “Law à la Mode” to over 1000 clients. Special thanks to all who contributed to this edition, especially the U.S. Editorial Team,
The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of the Greater Washington, D.C. Area, Inc. (“APABA-DC”) held its 2013 Awards and Installation Dinner on September 12, 2013 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. As “the oldest and largest association of Asian Pacific American attorneys in the Washington, D.C. area,” APABA-DC has been the forefront of the professional growth and advancement of Asian American legal community, and the cultivation of the Asian Pacific American (“APA”) community.
The DLA Piper Fashion, Retail and Design group distributed the tenth edition of Law à la Mode today. Special thanks to our Italian editorial team for this edition, which included Giangiacomo Olivi, Stefania Baldazzi,
Radiance Harris, an associate in the Trademark, Copyright, and Media Practice in Washington, D.C., as well as manager for the firm’s premier intellectual property blog, Re:Marks On Copyright and Trademark, was named to
IMPACT and the National Bar Association has named Radiance Harris one of its “Nation’s Best Advocates – 40 Lawyers Under 40.” Radiance is an associate in the Trademark, Copyright, and Media practice group in Washington, D.C., as well as the manager for the firm’s premier intellectual property blog, Re:Marks on Copyright and Trademark. This honor recognizes talented individuals, ages 40 and under, within the African American legal community who have achieved prominence and distinction, both professionally and philanthropically. Selected nominees represent a cross-section of legal professionals: solo practitioners, government lawyers, judges, academics, corporate counsel, young elected officials, and lawyers using their juris doctor in innovative ways.
The DLA Piper Fashion, Retail and Design Group distributed a special edition of its e-magazine, Law à la Mode. The edition coincides with the 135th INTA (International Trademark Association) Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas. Given