Author Archives: Mary Juetten
The Sherlock Holmes Copyright Debate: How it Could Affect a Media Business
Step-by-Step Crowdfunding: How to Turn Any Project into a Smashing Success
This is a guest blog written by Michael Ibberson, a writer based out of Toronto, Ontario. He covers the most up to date news and information in regards to crowdfunding for the CrowdClan blog. It goes without saying that crowdfunding offers an amazing opportunity for innovators, entrepreneurs, and artists to raise funds for a projectContinue reading “Step-by-Step Crowdfunding: How to Turn Any Project into a Smashing Success”
Pabst Blue Ribbon – Official Beer of Crowdfunding?
Growing up in Wisconsin, there are a few things that are inescapable:
Men Are From Mars, Women Might Be Too…Or At Least Me
I had the honor of sitting on the “Women in Entrepreneurship” panel in late December at an Arizona Technology Council Startup Connect AZ event with some very impressive entrepreneurs and professionals. This panel was very different from one that I moderated a month earlier in November. My panelists were for the most part younger thanContinue reading “Men Are From Mars, Women Might Be Too…Or At Least Me”
What’s the Big Deal About Trademark Registration
This blog was originally written for Lewis Roca Rothgerber on December 20, 2013 by Shane Olafson. Shane Olafson is a partner in the Lewis Roca Rothgerber’s Intellectual Property and Litigation Practice Groups.
Intellectual Property Issues with 3D Printing
Intellectual property and 3D printing don’t get talked about often, mainly because 3D printing is still growing into a mainstream activity. But with 3D printing starting to become more accessible to businesses and homes, what kind of intellectual property issues might develop that your business will need to protect or analyze?
Where does patent law draw the line?
I love intellectual property. I study law so reading about the changing legal landscape over generations is of some interest to me. Studying the evolution of rights, from being afforded only to tangible objects, to their extension to include intangible assets, has been inspiring. But every once in a while you hear about the misuseContinue reading “Where does patent law draw the line?”
We recently got the Traklight team together for a Traker BBQ to celebrate all our hard work over the past year. Unfortunately, not all of our Trakers could make it, as we have a couple in some far away places (specifically Montana and Pennsylvania). So in an effort to try to include everyone, Becky (ourContinue reading “Traker BBQ”
Wheels on the Bus
I really could not resist the title. You probably thought it would be about kids on a bus rolling down the road and signing a song. This is all about who you let on your bus and how you work with them when they are on the bus. Your company culture, not to mention performance,Continue reading “Wheels on the Bus”