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July 16, 2014 By Jeremy Theoret
Traditionally, you cannot sue the government for damages. The government has what is known as sovereign immunity. Sovereign immunity is a concept that has been around since before the constitution (although there is some debate about how widely accepted it was). The concept is that the government should not be liable for suit when it causes damage … [Read More...]
July 2, 2014 By Kameron W. Kramer
Based on The Legal Side of Business Broadcast from 1-25-14. New Mexico has the potential to become a key player in the global economy. Our state is a multi-sovereign state, even though many people even think of New Mexico as a non-state! Our state has its own nationality in many ways, with a complicated global history. Lawyers in New … [Read More...]
June 19, 2014 By Kameron W. Kramer
No More Trademark Protection for the Redskins? Just Wednesday, June 18, 2014, the United States Patent and Trademark Office canceled the Washington Redskins’ trademarks. The USPTO called the team’s name “disparaging to Native Americans.” The case was filed on behalf of five Native Americans, over eight years ago. Before you start manufacturing … [Read More...]
June 10, 2014 By Jeremy Theoret
This is part II of our introduction to Space Law: A quick history of space law and the next frontier of travel, law, and liability, by Jeremy Theoret, ESQ. Be sure to read part 1: What is Space Law: A Quick History. Planet Starbucks and the McRocket: The Commercialization of Spaceflight The future is now and, while our children or grandchildren … [Read More...]
May 26, 2014 By Jeremy Theoret
Most of us aren't old enough to remember Sputnik 1, the Soviet satellite launched on October 4th, 1957, but we can certainly appreciate its significance. Sputnik 1 was the Earth’s first artificial satellite and forced countries to address the question: Who owns space? One school of thought was to simply extend rules governing airspace to cover … [Read More...]