Lambic, Gueuze, and Methode Traditionelle

There is a really long explanation that goes around Certification Marks, Geographical Indications, and the respect Americans must give to their European counterparts. Moreover, there is a long and tortured history of international law, broken treaties, and implemented international protocols dedicated to recognizing trademarks, appelation d’origine controlle (AOC), and other designations across borders. I’m not … Read more

Whereas, Now, Therefore

At the beginning of many contracts is a series of clauses beginning with “Whereas.”  Besides giving us lawyers a chance to use a fancy word, these phrases actually have a purpose.  They are called the “Recitals,” and they are used to provide context to the agreement. The first paragraph tells the name of the agreement, … Read more

A Calmer Voice of Reason

A lot of attention has been paid in the media and industry regarding a new proposed law affecting breweries.  Given this, we thought a special, non-Tuesday blog post was warranted.  Jeff Glazer provides his opinion regarding this proposal.  So Jeff writing AND out on a Thursday – very special indeed! I know. Me? The calm … Read more

Glazer Legal Services is now OgdenGlazer

Soon to be OgdenGlazer, LLC, Glazer Legal Services is being joined by attorney Erin R. Ogden. An attorney with a long history in business law, intellectual property, and licensing, Erin is a great fit with the skills you have come to expect from Glazer Legal Services. Together, we are now OgdenGlazer.

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