Introducing Gadgets, Gigabytes, and the Goodwill Blog – Fin Tech


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Seyfarth is pleased to announce the launch of the Gadgets, Gigabytes & Goodwill blog, which explores a wide range of legal issues surrounding the protection and promotion of intangible assets that drive business. The blog provides information and advice to businesses of all sizes, while discussing newsworthy developments in the areas of patents, trademarks, unfair competition, copyright, right of publicity, data privacy and misleading advertising, and related regulatory concerns.

“We are excited to bring our expertise to a wider audience,” says Patrick Muffo, partner and co-editor of the blog. “This is a fascinating and rapidly evolving area for our clients; the growth of new technologies brings new threats and opportunities that we can help them manage,” adds Lauren Gregory, Partner and Co-Editor of the blog.

The authors of this blog cover the full gamut of technology and trademark law, with extensive experience advising and litigating all aspects of intellectual property. The Seyfarth IP team provides practical, personalized legal advice to help clients facilitate the meaningful commercialization of key, brand-driven technology assets while reducing the risk of litigation.

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