Monthly Archive: November 2017

Utku Tansel

Brand and Lifestyle Licensing: One Customer = Multiple Opportunities

As investigated in Euromonitor International’s “Global Trends Shaping Brand and Lifestyle Licensing Part 2” report, brand and lifestyle licensing presents unique opportunities for businesses. It is a distinctive way of connecting with consumers on different platforms. Many companies trademark their established brands/properties to other companies enabling the company to expand its brand equity to new areas and most importantly to

Oliver Herzfeld

Thelonious Monk And The Perils Of Oral Agreements

Original Article Source: An old quip that is widely misattributed to the famous movie producer Samuel Goldwyn states “a verbal contract isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.” The truth is, with only a few exceptions, oral agreements are legal, valid and binding. However, oral agreements present other difficulties and challenges apart from enforceability. A lawsuit recently commenced by the Estate of Thelonious