In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

AUG. 9-22, 2017

An Allen County Bar Association project is collecting oral histories from members of the legal community. An Indianapolis firm's one-principal business model is unique and allows its attorneys a better work-life balance. Plaintiffs plan to appeal their loss in a bid to restrict the use of driver's license info from crash reports.

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IndyBar: Trademark Office Wants to Make It Easier to Cancel Registrations

Trademark practitioners will tell you the U.S. Trademark Office has a deadwood problem – and they do not mean the Trademark Office has an addiction to watching the HBO television series. Rather, the Trademark Office’s register is full of registrations for trademarks no longer in use (or in the case of some, never used) and no longer entitled to registration, often referred to as “deadwood registrations.”

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