Article About Nonprofit Trademarks

I came across this article today and had to share. Not long ago I posted an article on things exempt orgs should do to protect its intellectual property (here). Then, in a fit of serendipity I came across this article outlining ways exempt orgs can protect one particular type of intellectual property; trademarks. I wanted […]

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Much Ado About IP

Whenever I speak, it always surprises me that the most popular questions I get deal with intellectual property. Not what it takes to get a tax exempt status and nada on starting an organization. But questions about when to copyright and how much the patent process is. Which to me, is uncanny. Generally, I don”t […]

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General Counsel's Social Media Report Is…..Interesting?

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Once upon a time there was this board that told businesses and organizations that they effectively had little to no control over how employees presented them to the public via social media. The End. At least that”s what I took away from the General Counsel”s Report on Social Media that was recently released (InsideCounsel discusses […]

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Social Media Firings: The Continuing Saga

    This is something I’ve kept up with for a while now. Especially because its something that is tremendously important for non-profits. For those who haven’t kept up with the saga (though you’d essentially have to have had your head in a Peruvian mountain not to) there has been a proliferation of cases brought […]

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"Ownership": Whether Art or Non-profits Is it Really All That Bad?

  Just got home from a talk at the Menil Museum that was so riveting I felt compelled to further discuss it here. Yes, I”m THAT nerd that runs home to write dissertations on causal roundtables….well….perhaps the nerdiness actually started when I sat there and took copious notes but that”s neither here nor there. But […]

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