There are numerous benefits to expanding your business internationally. It can mean accessing new markets, cutting production or sourcing costs, and more. There are, of course, also costs of international expansion. What can those costs be? Shipping costs?
When it comes to your job or your business, who are you and who is your business? Are you the person who works at your job? Are you the person with political opinions? Are you the person you are at home, with your family and friends? Of course, you are all these people.
Maybe you’ve written an article or screenplay and want to submit it without fear that it will be used without your permission. Or you’re a struggling artist who hears someone else score a hit with a song you wrote. Or if you’re lucky, you’re a popular artist who learns that a politician you find abhorrent is using your song.
Publications and Speaking Engagements
Perspectives on Practice at Texas A&M University School of Law CLIP Speaker Series
The Flanax Case In The USA – Extraterritorial Rights and Bad Faith at the Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group (PTMG) 92nd Conference
PTMG 92nd Conference – Pharmaceutical Trade Marks on a London Stage (presentation summary) in Law Lore & Practice
The Challenges of a Global Advertising Strategy within Regulated Markets at 2015 INTA Leadership Meeting (see November 20)
Bright Lights, Small City at The University of Michigan Law School