Posts by ADLI Law Group

The Daily Journal: Combating IP Infringement on Social Media by Josh Eichenstein

Josh Eichenstein’s article published in The Daily Journal discusses combating IP infringement on social media platforms, particularly how some popular accounts profit using third-party content without a license. The Daily Journal provides 1 credit of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for those who take the accompanying quiz based on Mr. Eichenstein’s publication. To read the article…

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ADLI Law Group Wins Patent infringement Case ––– Jury awards Plaintiffs nearly 1 million dollars.

Plaintiffs Lubby Holdings LLC and Vaporous Technologies Inc. successfully sued Defendant Henry Chung for infringing its personal vaporizer patent regarding anti-leaking technology (Patent No. 9,750,284). On May 9, 2019, after a three-day trial, the jury rendered its unanimous verdict awarding the Plaintiffs $863,936.10 in reasonable royalty damages. ADLI attorneys Dr. Dariush Adli, Drew Sherman, Joshua…

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‘Fyre’ Danger! 7 Ways Influencers, Brands and Agencies Can Avoid Getting Burned for Not Disclosing Endorsements

As influencer marketing continues to explode in terms of its impact, so has scrutiny on how these engagements are arranged and played out. This is especially true when it comes to the proper disclosure of an influencer’s relationships with brands when he or she receives any form of compensation for endorsements. Such compensation is separate…

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Oops! My Parachute Won’t Open

Risk is the life blood of the entrepreneurial spirit, fueling the fire that turns the business engine. Taking chances is the key to success. Indeed, the history books tell us the success of many entrepreneurs were built on the bones of failure. Henry Ford tasted bankruptcy before becoming the wildly successful auto magnate. Walt Disney…

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Will Dealing with Cannabis Leave You Bankrupt?

If your business deals with cannabis, you no doubt are hoping the answer is no. However, as the saying goes, “be careful what you wish for.” Changes in Cannabis Laws A recent decision by the federal bankruptcy court in Colorado has implications for cannabis businesses across the country, including businesses peripheral to the cultivation, manufacture,…

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Rosen: A Case Study on a School’s Duty to Protect

This fall nearly 20 million students will be attending college, according to information from the National Center for Education Statistics. While most incoming and returning college students are busy focusing on their studies, extracurriculars, or simply the next frat party, safety concerns can at times be relegated to the backseat. Students and parents alike often…

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Amazon Wristband Patents Await Potential Legal Challenges

Earlier this year, the U.S. patent and trademark office (USPTO) issued two patents to giant online retailer Amazon (“Amazon Patents”) for wristbands that are able to locate users’ hands and control and direct their movements. Specifically, the technology of the Amazon Patents determines the position of user’s hands relative to storage bins used for storing…

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