The New York Times:

“Trademark is the sleeping giant of intellectual property,” said Paul Goldstein, a professor at the Stanford law school.

Who’s sleeping?  No one sleeps around here, believe me.

Originally posted 2012-07-01 01:18:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

By Ron Coleman

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  1. Agreed. Goldstein, of all people, should know better. Trademark law hasn’t been a “sleeping giant” since 1993 when the Web and domain names transformed trademark law from something patent lawyers did in their spare time to a powerful and constantly growing area of law in its own right.

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