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February 2019

February 15

Protecting Your Brand in the Cannabis Industry: 5 Practical Tips

Hinckley Allen Intellectual Property

A valuable form of legal protection for many brand owners is a federal trademark registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”). A federal trademark registration provides its…

Protecting Your Brand in the Cannabis Industry: 5 Practical Tips

Hinckley Allen Intellectual Property

| February 15

February 4

Six FAQs on Federally Registering Your Trademark, Brand Name or Logo

Hinckley Allen Intellectual Property

Question 1: Why seek a federal (U.S.) trademark registration?There are six important reasons to seek federal registration of your trademark or brand name. Plans to expand your business into other…

Six FAQs on Federally Registering Your Trademark, Brand Name or Logo

Hinckley Allen Intellectual Property

| February 4

February 1

An Employer’s 2019 Checklist: Four Essential Actions for Massachusetts Employers

Hinckley Allen Labor & Employment

2018 was a landmark year for employment law in Massachusetts – and 2019 is already shaping up to be a busy year for human resources teams, employment attorneys, and all of those who are responsi…

February 1

Doctor Who Gave Drug Representative Electronic Medical Record Access Begins Probation & Expresses Remorse for Criminal Act

Health Care Compliance Association's "Privacy Report"

Laura B. Angelini provides her insight on a recent case regarding the False Claims Act, where a doctor violated HIPAA upon sharing protected health information with a representative from a pharmac…

January 2019

January 29

The Dotted Line: Putting Together the Pieces of a Modular Project Contract

Construction Dive

Read Ronald D. Ciotti's insights on prefabrication and modular construction in the latest part of "The Dotted Line" series here.

January 22

Foreign Investments in Certain U.S. Companies Face New Mandatory Filing Requirements

Hinckley Allen Corporate & Business Trends

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), is an interagency committee under the U.S. Department of the Treasury, authorized to review certain transactions involving foreign…

Foreign Investments in Certain U.S. Companies Face New Mandatory Filing Requirements

Hinckley Allen Corporate & Business Trends

| January 22

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