State-Specific Hemp & Marijuana Product Labelling Requirements

Recently, on the Hoban Law Group blog, we covered five tips for product labeling. As mentioned, complying with various state-specific labeling requirements is essential for ensuring products follow all applicable labeling regulations governing the category of product being sold or distributed. As we discussed, many states have established regulations that expressly govern how business should label […]

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No Bad Stats: Debunking Myths About Black students with Dr. Ivory Toldson

EmergeCounsel has a long standing and close relationship with A+ Colorado, an organization focusing on the evaluation and advocacy for district-level decisions, policies, and approaches to impact student achievement primarily in Denver Public Schools. Our very own Steve Weigler introduces Dr. Ivory A. Toldson during their event, “No Bad Stats: Debunking Myths About Black Students” who discusses […]

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Must you Perform Your Contract During the Pandemic?

Businesses want to know how this halt will affect performance of contracts they have entered into. In other words, does the novel coronavirus constitute a reason relieving parties from their contractual obligations? he novel coronavirus has swept across the United States. Many have been sickened, and some have died. Colorado has not been spared. There […]

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The Geoffrey Blue Law Firm obtained another success recently

One of its developer clients was sued for a significant amount of damages, including the placement of a baseless lien on its property. After asserting aggressive counterclaims, including asserting the plaintiff filed a fraudulent lien, and litigating the matter for several months, the opposing party capitulated. We showed its claims were unfounded and that our […]

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Brian Meegan of Evergent Law meets with Graham Brown of Liuming International

Brian Meegan of Evergent Law recently dined with Graham Brown of Liuming International. Brian says: “Recently, three powerful individuals gathered to bridge the two largest economies on the planet. I am happy to report that, over a lovely dinner, the two IR member firms were able to successfully resolve the trade issues between their countries […]

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Can You Trademark a 3-D Shape?

Trademark law is an extremely complicated topic for business owners, but it’s also one of the most essential parts of protecting your business branding efforts and your intellectual property. Trademarking your name or logo ensures that consumers aren’t confused by deceivingly similar designs, allowing you to safeguard your brand and image. However, one issue continues […]

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IR Digital Podcast – Cannabusiness: How to navigate large-scale transactions in the rapidly growing cannabis market

IR Digital Podcast host Jennifer Riggins speaks with Donnie Emmi from Hunsaker | Emmi, P.C. in Colorado, US – hunsakeremmi.com/ Donnie and Jennifer discuss the Cannabis industry, how to navigate large-scale transactions in the rapidly growing cannabis market and how the sector has developed in the US and globally. Donnie Emmi is an experienced lawyer committed […]

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Thermal Pipe Shields Brings Federal Antitrust Lawsuit Against Johns Manville for Monopolization and Disparagement in the Calsil Insulation Market

Mar. 25, LA JOLLA, CALIF.: Thermal Pipe Shields, an innovator in the pipe insulation industry, recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against the dominant supplier, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) company Johns Manville Corporation. Before Thermal Pipe Shields entered the market, Johns Manville had the market to itself. In independent tests, Thermal Pipe Shields’ product met or exceeded […]

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USPTO announces new trademark rule requiring foreign-domiciled applicants and registrants to have a U.S.-licensed attorney

WASHINGTON – The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today announced a new rule requiring all foreign-domiciled trademark applicants, registrants, and parties to Trademark Trial and Appeal Board proceedings to be represented by an attorney who is licensed to practice law in the United States. The requirement applies to all trademark applicants, registrants, and […]

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