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How to Select Your Trademark in a Crowded Field

A February 9, 2018, Harvard Law Review article concluded that “The supply of word marks that are at least reasonably competitively effective as trademarks is finite and exhaustible” and “the trademark system is growing increasingly—perhaps inordinately—crowded, noisy, and complex.” This is not so surprising when considering that there were 6.7 million trademark applications filed at

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Job Opportunity: Professional Assistant for Trusts and Estates in Richmond, Virginia

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2018 Virginia Employment Law Pocket Guide

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Sands Anderson Elects 2018 Board of Directors

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Commercial Bankruptcy Filings Increase in 2017: Are more bankruptcies ahead?

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Four Attorneys Promoted to Counsel

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L. Lee Byrd inducted in Virginia Law Foundation Fellows Class of 2018

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Court Refuses to Exclude Evidence of Disciplinary History of Plaintiff’s Expert

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Court Excludes Plaintiff’s Expert’s Opinion On Future Damages

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Court Rejects Plaintiff’s Gameshow Approach to Litigation and Twice Denies Her Motion to Increase Her Demand

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When is a child not a child for the purpose of access to health records?

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Attorney Timothy A. Nordgren Named to 2018 Business North Carolina magazine’s Legal Elite

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Sands Anderson announces opening of new office in Williamsburg, Virginia

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