Brexit and Cuba may be oceans apart, but they share one common issue: a potential disruption of trademarks in both markets. Jeffrey Greene, a trademark partner with Fenwick & West discusses what issues need to be aware of if they are doing business or plan on doing business there.
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The potential reopening of ties between the US and Cuba has people excited about the possibility of Cuban treasures reaching US shores, such as cigars, rum and…baseball players? Cuba has been the birthplace of many a major league stars over the years, and baseball fans – as well as basketball and football fans – are imagining …
- May 26, 2015
- Leonard Lee
This guest post was written by Joanne Ludovici, partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. The easing of restrictions by the Obama administration has opened the door, albeit slightly, for businesses in both the U.S. and Cuba to resume marketing and selling their branded products and services across the waters. Now …
- January 27, 2015
- Susan Martin