— Kenneth L. Kunkle (@Kunkle_Law) May 23, 2016
This year’s annual meeting of the International Trademark Association was held in sunny Orlando, Florida, which in many respects is a very appropriate place for an association of trademarks to meet. Orlando, of course, is the world’s epicenter of theme parks. And the theme of themes is joyful, real-time, three-dimensional interaction with “intellectual property,” which for present purpose mostly means stuff born of copyright but transmogrified through the wonderful process of “branding” into trademarks.
— Likelihood ®© Blog (@likely2confuse) May 24, 2016
Such undead creatures, of course, once so transformed can live forever as long as they justify their existence by bringing forth gold. If so, they will be nurtured, grown and tended forever, and any threat to their health, or to their sustenance, will be brutally interdicted. (Only in the event of a horrible accident of mutation — where, as a result of some regressive, non-adaptive feature, because of which their continued existence threatens the survival of the entire colony, will one of these creatures not only be allowed to die but, in fact — well, it is better not to speak of such things at all….) Read More…