Articles by Brooke Olaussen
Brooke Olaussen is a 2L at WCL with an interest in IP law, international law, and contract law. She has a B.A. from Wesleyan University where she studied American history, film, and creative writing. Brooke is a staff member of the Business Law Review. In her free time she enjoys movies, music, and travel.
Ralph Lauren has won the branding war over the polo logo.
Anheuser-Busch Would Like to Control the Use of Budweiser in Paramount’s New Flick Flight, But It Knows That It Can’t.
Design patents have gotten a serious makeover. The once-lame and oft-forgotten design patent is shaping up to be a stealthy and potent tool for intellectual property protection.
iPhone 5 ice cream is all the rage in China, but thanks to Chinese trademark law, another company is raking in the profits instead of Apple.
CBS’s lost its temporary restraining order against ABC’s The Glass House in large part because its copyright claims were so generic that they could apply to all reality TV shows.
The US Copyright Office backtracks and declares that yoga routines are no longer copyrightable.