I found a very old essay from a 1922 issue of The American Magazine that seems to go against the general grain of most of the articles published then. The author is unknown. The… read more →
So you have obviously survived the GDPR doomsday last month. If you followed my simple checklist here, only minimal changes were needed at your webpage for complying with GDPR. You have… read more →
I don’t know whether you like it when you get a new computer. I don’t like it when I get a new computer. Customizing a new computer is always troublesome.… read more →
Every now and then I have to rent a car. I don´t like renting a car because it comes with so many uncertainties about the costs, plus with a lot… read more →
Summer time. People walk in slippers. Do your research now. Look for people age above 50, preferably men, with feet like this one: Continue reading here.
You have surely heard about virtual reality (VR). But it is unlikely that you have experienced it. After you have read the following article and followed my call to action,… read more →
I had a dream. I had secretly cancelled all subscriptions to all law journals in our office. Continue reading here.
This podcast was done on 26 July 2018 with Adam Philipp, the founder of AEON Law, an IP law firm in Seattle. During the Interview, Adam was in Seattle while… read more →
Mr. Benjamin Echterhoff has given a Webinar about trademark non-infringements in Amazon platform-internal search engines. Continue reading and watch the Webinar here.
We don’t have Patent Laws of 1790 because Patent Laws are man-made and therefore imperfect. This is why Patent law will continue to change. More precisely, Patent Law will become… read more →