Month: June 2017


Free Speech and Controversial Trademarks

Recently the Supreme Court decided that due to the Free Speech protection of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that even trademarks that are lewd, profane, or racial slurs are protected. This reverses decisions of lower courts that had upheld the 2014 finding of the USPTO, The United States Patent and Trademark Office Lanham […]

Fleeing the Scene of an Accident

It is only natural to be scared after an accident. Car accidents can create huge financial and emotional burdens on people’s lives, and are usually caused by the smallest mistakes. After the accident, just about everyone will at least consider just running. Especially if the damage seems minor, it simply seems easier to just run […]