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trademark dilution
800 369 Cynthia Conlin

Wasted away again in Pensacola: The Lost ‘Shaker’ of Court (a trademark dilution case)

Florida’s First Judicial Circuit recently found it unlikely that the Sandshaker Lounge would be able to prove trademark dilution of its ‘Shaker’ mark by the ‘Shaka Bar.’ Here’s the story. Livin’…

800 533 Cynthia Conlin

Previously Removed RipOff Report links reappearing in Google

RipOff Report recently underwent a subtle change that has caused reports Google previously removed from its search engine — even based on court orders — to reappear, without many people realizing it. RipOff Report…

This man is sad because a default judgment was entered against him
792 527 Jeffrey Vizcaino

How can a default judgment be set aside?

Imagine a lawsuit has been filed against you (or your company). For whatever reason—whether you chose to ignore the summons, never actually received a copy, or simply mis-calendared your deadline…