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September 2016 Archives

Another twist in the Yosemite contract dispute tale

About six months ago, we wrote a blog post about the wild story regarding Yosemite National Park. The name, as well as the names of may different locations, buildings and other landmarks, was under legal challenge by Delaware North, a company that trademarked "Yosemite National Park" and laid claim to a number of other titles. The case was being challenged by both sides.

The many ways a business legal dispute can happen

When it comes to businesses and disputes, the two go hand in hand. This isn't to say that every business is going to have an avalanche of legal disputes at any given time; but it is to say that businesses need to be prepared for legal disputes when they do arise. A company that isn't prepared may be unable to react properly during critical times in the legal process.

3D printing companies locked in patent infringement lawsuit

Older generations may not necessarily see the appeal of 3D printers, but the 3D printing industry is a burgeoning one that brings a revolutionary promise to society. You could 3D print spare parts; you could 3D print operational products and items; you could 3D print functional tools. It was a massive breakthrough when 3D printing was invented, and over the years, it has been refined and improved.

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