April 2015 Newsletter

Good Afternoon!
We hope that you've had a great year so far. At CALEVOSO LAW, we have had some exciting developments as we continue to expand our practice. In this month's e-newsletter we discuss the following topics:

  • The legal tactic in bringing a declaratory judgment action and the status of one popular case, Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke v. The Estate of Marvin Gaye.
  • Legal issues pertaining to the use of drones.
  • The strategy of musicians, namely Taylor Swift, trademarking song lyrics and whether it is dangerously broadening the scope of trademark protections.

We hope that you find this information beneficial. As always, we wish you much success in your personal and professional endeavors.

Warmest regards,

Not So "Blurred Lines": The Double Edged Sword of Declaratory Actions

A declaratory judgement is a remedy by which a party can seek a court's direction at the early stages of a controversy as to its legal rights and obligations. Declaratory judgement actions (often referred to as ...


Drones: Futuristic Flying Box or a Pandora's Box of Legal Issues?

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), more popularly known as "drones" have become a hot and somewhat controversial topic lately. Since early 2013 state lawmakers have separately addressed legislation regarding the use of drones. This past summer, some advancement was made when the FAA issued an Air Traffic Organization Policy, Unmanned Aircraft Operations ...


Taylor Swift: Trade mark or Trend mark?

As Swift's second number-one single in the U.S. and the 22nd song to debut at #1 in the chart's history, it's no secret that Taylor Swift's recent hit single "Shake it Off" was a hit, and that her entire 1989 album has gained massive exposure. Whether you praised its musical style or found it downright offensive, there is no denying that you probably know a few of the catchy lyrics by heart...


Quote Of the Month

"Your life changes the moment you make a new,
congruent, and committed decision."

Tony Robbins

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