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Anheuser-Busch sues rival for illegally obtaining its recipes

For many people who live in and around St. Louis, Anheuser-Busch is the quintessential brewer. Now, Anheuser-Busch InBev, the company behind Budweiser, Michelob and other popular brands, is wrangling in court with its rival MillerCoors.

Daughter revives lawsuit that Stan Lee dropped before his death

Before he died late last year, the late comic creator Stan Lee filed a $1 billion lawsuit against POW! Entertainment. The man known worldwide a creator of a multitude of Avengers characters claimed that executives with the company took advantage of his declining health. He said they induced him to sign away rights to his name and likeness. In some cases, he alleged, his signature was forged on documents.

Why does LeBron James want to trademark 'Taco Tuesday?'

The term "Taco Tuesday" is used in homes, school cafeterias and restaurants throughout the country. Therefore, some people have considered basketball superstar LeBron James' recent move to trademark it to be somewhat audacious.

Intellectual property protection requires more than strong NDAs

As a business owner, you probably rely on nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) to help protect your intellectual property (IP). Well-drafted, strictly enforced NDAs are certainly a good first step.

You can help ensure employees protect your intellectual property

As a business owner, you have to trust your employees with your intellectual property (IP) for them to do their jobs. Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) can outline what information the people who work for you are required to keep confidential. They can also help you take legal action against anyone who fails to protect your IP.

Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting intellectual property

You've taken a multitude of steps to protect your company's intellectual property (IP). You have nondisclosure agreements in place. You've trained your employees on the risks of disclosing information to those not authorized to have it. However, your IP could still be at risk of theft by cybercriminals continue to target intellectual property.

Peloton facing lawsuit alleging failure to license music

Peloton has become a premier name in home fitness in the seven years since it was founded. Its appeal isn't just its machines, like its stationary bikes, which sell for about $2,000. It's the classes you can watch on the machines as you work out for a $39 monthly membership fee.

Don't let anyone steal your intellectual property

Works that you create are your intellectual property. This can include things like songs, poems, books or choreography. If you have any of these, you might be interested in protecting them so that others can't just take them. Unfortunately, there might be times when there are people who do try to steal your works. In these cases, you will have to take steps to get them to stop using your intellectual property.

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