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The Chicago Tribune interviews Matt Grothouse about an ongoing trademark case

In a recent article about a legal battle between companies associated with celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and the parent company of The Kitchen in River North, The Chicago Tribune interviewed Saper Law Trademark Manager Matt Grothouse about the difficulties of trademarking common industry terms. From the Tribune: Trademarks on descriptive words can easily cause controversy, […]

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Daliah Saper To Speak at the 2016 Gaming and Hospitality Conference in Las Vegas

Daliah Saper will speak at the 2016 Gaming and Hospitality Conference organized by the Institute of Internal Auditors on April 6-7, 2016 at The Mirage in Las Vegas, NV. The IIA is excited to share that the scope of its annual Gaming Conference is expanding in 2016!  In addition to providing vibrant and relevant sessions […]

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Saper Law Announces Its New Relationship With IBM Global Entrepreneur

Saper Law is excited to announce its new relationship with IBM Global Entrepreneur! IBM GE partners with organizations that can help IBM GE Members with overall market strategy and day-to-day business needs.  Saper Law will offer its intellectual property, entertainment, media and business law services to IBM GE Members.

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Saper Law Contributes New Article for Business.com

Daliah Saper, a Market Expert for Business.com, recently contributed a new article discussing what “trade dress” is, the importance of protecting your company’s trade dress, and avoiding liability for trade dress infringement. Read “Who, What, “Wear”: Breaking Down the Basics of Trade Dress” on Business.com!

Saper Law Contributes New Article to Business.Com

Daliah Saper, a Market Expert for Business.com, recently contributed a new article discussing the implications of using trademarked words in “search-term” or “keyword” advertising and how to avoid a trademark infringement lawsuit. Read “Can I Use a Competitor’s Trademarked Words in Keyword Advertising?” on Business.com!

Crain’s Chicago Business Quotes Daliah about Umami Burger Trademark Dispute

Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Daliah Saper for its June 18th article about a recent trademark lawsuit filed against a local Chicago restaurant over the name of one of its burgers. Los Angeles-based Umami Restaurant Group filed a lawsuit earlier this month accusing the local Chicago-based BopNgrill for trademark infringement by serving a menu item called […]

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Daliah Saper to Speak to the Institute of Internal Auditors, Montgomery Alabama Chapter

The Institute of Internal Auditors, Montgomery Chapter has invited Daliah Saper to provide an all day, 8 hour long seminar on April 3, focused on internet issues and related risk management best practices.  Daliah will tap into her experience and expertise as an intellectual property and social media attorney to discuss several topics, including:  online reputation […]

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Saper Law Successfully Defends Client in Domain Name Dispute

Saper Law has successfully defended FleetTruckParts.com in a domain name dispute before the URS (Uniform Rapid Suspension System).  The URS is a dispute resolution policy that applies to top level domain names registered after January 1, 2013.  Unlike its more familiar counterpart – the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) – the URS is […]

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CBS Chicago interviews Daliah Saper about ” I Can’t Breathe ” Trademark

Can a business or individual lay claim to a popular catch phrase or politically charged rant?  CBS Chicago interviewed Daliah about one woman’s quest to monopolize the phrase  “I Can’t Breathe ” in connection with apparel.  Watch the video here: CBSCHI_20141220092827573AA.mp4 from Saper Law on Vimeo.

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Daliah Saper to Speak about Intellectual Property Issues at Niles Library

On October 29, 2014, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Daliah Saper will give a talk at the Niles Public Library on how small business owners can effectively protect their trademarks, service marks, copyrights, and other intellectual property.                        Location: 6960 West Oakton Street, Niles, IL 60714 To register […]

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