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    COVID-19’s Impact on The Environment: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    May 13, 2021By PaulMarie Bobb

    It has been a little over a year since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit the United States and forced life as we knew it to come to a screeching halt. People were instructed to stay home, wear masks, remain six feet apart, and avoid crowds. For months, the world remained on lockdown whilst trying to flatten […]

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    Trouble in USTPO Paradise? As the Pandemic Continues, Trademark Registrants Face Filing Hurdles

    May 9, 2021By Sanje Lara

    2020 has been the year of unprecedented challenges, but also resilience and transformation. Although it has been a roller-coaster ride, we have all been forced to step up to the challenges, adapt, show courage and find solutions. As we near the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, trademark maintenance deadlines in 2021 create new obstacles […]

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    Zoom Court: The Good, the Bad, and the Pajamas? How COVID-19 has Changed the Judicial System

    April 25, 2021By Loilette Pelier

    It has now been over a year since the world changed due to COVID-19. And while the world is still trying to adapt to the “new normal,” such as wearing masks and practicing social distancing, it is no secret that the court system is also trying to adapt. In order to prevent the spread of […]

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    IS PUERTO RICO FIGHTING TWO PANDEMICS?

    April 16, 2021By Paola Medina

    A global pandemic has affected millions of lives and countries, yet Puerto Rico may be one of the few facing two pandemics. Why? Because in addition to the coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”) it is also dealing with “second-class” citizenship treatment. La Isla Del Encanto (The Enchanted Island), also known as Puerto Rico, is still dealing with […]

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    Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail – 2021 Texas Power Grid Failure

    April 10, 2021By Brittany Hatchett

    In the midst of our country’s current state of political controversy, COVID-19 raging on, and an unpredictable future ahead, Texas was bombarded with yet another crippling challenge. On February 14, 2021, Winter Storm Uri moved in on Texas and temperatures quickly dropped to the single digits. Although the Lone Star state is known for its […]

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    COVID Chronicles: The Pros and Cons to the Paycheck Protection Program

    April 7, 2021By Jourdan Porter

    As most can agree, the year of 2020 was absolutely devastating for our world. For the first time in over 100 years, a pandemic hit and took everyone by surprise. The virus, COVID-19, began to infect millions of people and our country took a turn for the worst. Many Americans lost their jobs, small businesses […]

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