The End of Comic-Con: Why Trademark Infringement .SUCKS More than You Think

Comic-Con and Comic Con—same thing, right? According to trademark law, yes and no. San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) is an entertainment, popular culture and comic convention held annually in San Diego, California. The convention started in March, 1970, under the name Golden State Comic Book Convention, and their inaugural event drew roughly 300 people. These days, … 

 

Trump This: Russia Collusion

Whenever we think Donald Trump can’t possibly “trump” his latest move as president, he somehow manages to surprise us. From Trump’s ineptitude with foreign policy to his questionable relationship with the Twittersphere, Trump-related catastrophes and blunders are a dime a dozen—so we’ve put together an ongoing series briefing you on the latest and (not-so-)greatest moves from the White … 

 

How Advertising Can Be Used to Amplify Female Voices

To quote The Guardian’s Cindy Gallop, “Advertising is dominated by white guys talking to white guys.” Far too often, it feels like we’re living out an episode of Mad Men—some adverts feel so behind the times that we are left scratching our heads, wondering how sexism can be so rampant in advertising in 2017. From Audi’s ad comparing buying …