Laws and Regulations
Two senators urged the Federal Reserve to allow small business owners to indicate a disability on the Small Business Credit Survey.
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A new class action lawsuit claims that the NFL, its 32 teams, and Fanatics colluded to effectively suppress other companies that sold licensed NFL products for more affordable prices.
Hey Tea had to scrap a line of co-branded drinkware it did with the Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum after just a few days, as it's illegal in China to use commercial products to promote religion.
A Luke Combs fan found herself at the center of a $250K licensing lawsuit. The country singer found out, and not only removed her from the lawsuit, but is paying off legal fees and selling a tumbler of his own to help with her medical bills.
Stephanie Buka, of PRINTING United Alliance, provides an update on federal legislative activities.
Stephen Fucik and his clothing brand Skiman LLC are facing potential trademark trouble after receiving multiple cease and desist letters from Nike.
Democratic activist Steve Elster is arguing to the Supreme Court that being denied a trademark for "TRUMP TOO SMALL" for use on merchandise is limiting his free speech. In a rare moment of unanimity, the Supreme Court justices seem confused about how it has anything to do with his free speech.
The company behind Metallica's merchandise filed a lawsuit in St. Louis to request law enforcement crack down on counterfeiters outside of the band's shows this month. Similarly, authorities are warning baseball fans of bogus merchandise outside of World Series ballparks.
Last month, the newly formed Congressional Printing Caucus was announced. But what is it and what does it mean for our industry?