Redskins declare victory after Asian-American band wins challenge to disparagement ban.
The Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional the federal government’s practice of refusing to register trademarks that officials deem
On June 6, 2017, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to ban all commercial cannabis activities in the unincorporated areas of L.A. county. The ban extends to
Have you or your business suffered from unfair business practices? How businesses and consumers can fight back.
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Ivanka Trump recently faced criticism after successfully gaining trademark registration for her brand in China. While obtaining international trademark protection for your global brand is generally a good strategy, the
The expanding state legalization of medical and recreational cannabis throughout the United States has led to the emergence of a new field of law- cannabis law. While a great deal
Among the many legal issues arising with the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana in California is the protection of cannabis-related intellectual property, namely branding of company trade names as
The legalization of medical and recreational cannabis in many states has led to the emergence of a new and vibrant industry, which by all indications is only at its infancy.
With the passage of medical and recreational marijuana spreading across the country, the emerging cannabis industry is rife with complicated and constantly evolving business and legal issues. KHS has assisted
In a Los Angeles court, a jury found with clear and convincing evidence that leading fashion brand, ‘Citizens of Humanity’ acted with malice, fraud, and/or oppression.
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Jack Holcomb obtained a $443,800 personal injury jury verdict in federal District Court for the Central District of California. Mr. Holcomb represented the plaintiff against Defendants Knight Transportation, Inc. and