Here are some links to IP news around the web this week.
The postponed Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics officially starts in 2 months. I previously wrote an article about Olympic Game trademarks, if you would like to take a read:
Link to Read - "What’s in an Olympic Trademark?"
Lawyers need to stop making typography mistakes! Matthew Butterick's manifesto that every lawyer should read is just $40 on Amazon (link). The main issue? Lawyers use typography styles meant for typewriters, not because it makes the documents easier to read.
Link to Read - "Why attorneys should stop underlying in printed documents"
I talk a lot about enforcement on this blog and the The Fashion Law has a great post about how brands should focus on their logistics. Generally, the people who hurt us aren't strangers and this applies to trademarks too - the person whose mostly likely to steal your brand is someone you've done business with so that's where enforcement needs to start.
Link to Read - "The First Pillar of Online Brand Control? Channel Management"