WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Georgia Law professor Paul Heald weighs in on the issue of trademark infringement and how individuals who knowingly use a trademarked name may be forced to pay heavy fines under federal anti-trust laws. To read the complete story, see the Atlanta Business Chronicle. In the archives section, search in “2004" for June, and then search in “Week of June 28." The article is under “Exclusive Reports," and is titled “What’s in a name? Film students may sell theirs to actor." Jim Lovel is the author, and the article was published on 06/28/04.
"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" (2004). In The News. Paper 254.