At DuetsBlog, we never shy away from sharing our opinion. It’s part of what makes us not Dr. No. For over ten years, this has included opinions about interesting trademarks, non-traditional trademarks, boring trademarks, and controversial trademarks, and those are just from me, as well as our opinions on the opinions of others (Ron Coleman, especially), and we love when others share their opinions of our opinions (Ron Coleman, especially).
Well, on March 12, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET, this opinion fever may reach its peak. As part of a Strafford webinar with Karen Lim of Fross Zelnik about Structuring Trademark Clearance Opinions, I’ll be sharing my opinions about crafting a well-written trademark clearance opinion, and long the way, providing my opinions on the judicial opinions on trademark clearance opinions. That’s right, opinions on opinions on opinions. This reminds me of the ever-entertaining and valid English sentence: Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
Once again, Strafford has generously provided a limited number of complimentary passes, which I’d like to make available to you, our dear opinionated readers. So, if you’d like a complimentary pass for the webinar, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In fact, I recall benefiting from the very same offer, about six years ago: Thanks, Steve!
My only request is that, afterward, you provide me your opinions of the webinar, to which I will reply with my opinions of your opinions, and you could counter-reply with your opinions of my opinions of your opinions. With your help, we can get to at least opinions on opinions on opinions on opinions on opinions on opinions. Still short of what buffalo can accomplish, but fun to try.