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The Hidden Section 2(f) Claim

Posted in Articles, Guest Bloggers, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Patents, Squirrelly Thoughts, Trademarks, USPTO

-Wes Anderson, Attorney Hello (again) DuetsBlog! Readers may have noted my recent absence from the blog. I recently embarked on a new stage of my career as in-house corporate counsel, and Steve gave me the opportunity to contribute as a guest blogger. Even in my in-house role, I remain a trademark law hobbyist. One of… Continue Reading

Is Artificial Intelligence The Future of Branding?

Posted in Almost Advice, Branding, Guest Bloggers, Marketing, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Squirrelly Thoughts

-Mark Prus, Principal, NameFlash Name Development Janelle Shane is a research scientist who likes to play around with neural networks. Recently she’s been having fun investigating whether neural networks can replace traditional means of creative development. As a professional name developer, I’m watching her work closely because I’ve been told that my chosen career is about to… Continue Reading

The Long and Short of Good Ads

Posted in Advertising, Almost Advice, Branding, Guest Bloggers, Look-For Ads, Marketing

–James Mahoney, Razor’s Edge Communications Recent travel on Aer Lingus and a perusal of The Boston Sunday Globe brought two very good ads to my attention. The first, which ran in the Aer Lingus on-board magazine, is a terrific marriage of great concept and excellent execution plus situational relevance: you’re on a plane on your way… Continue Reading