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INTERESTING CASE OF GEORGE WYTHE, THE FIRST LAW PROFESSOR OF THE USA

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Interesting case of 
George Wythe, the first law professor of the US

Originally shared by VAL-U-PRO CONSULTING GROUP, LLC -  SRIKANTH KIDAMBI in CONSUMER GOOGLE+, 
WHEN IT WAS STILL ALIVE

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Father's Day Wisdom Story revolves around Prof. George Wythe.


- Professor George Wythe, First Professor of Law in USA
- Practised law with the motto: "Secundis dubiisque rectus", means "Upright in prosperity and perils."
- Mentored and/or Taught many greats of those years as perceived by others with Thomas Jefferson being one of his best students.
- Mr. Wythe's unequivocal statement shared below was one of the first instances when there was a mention of the power vested on court to hold a legislative act unconstitutional:
"Nay more, if the whole legislature, an event to be deprecated, should attempt to overleap the bounds prescribed by the…

i(eye) Quote: BRAIN & EIGHT LEGGED FREAKS

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Photo credit: zaldy icaonapo


Research points out that the human brain is approximately 2% at most of human body weight, but consumes 20% of oxygen and 20-25% of energy through glucose metabolism.
That is why I wrote years back on our media site, srikanthkidambi.com, stealing ideas blatantly is like eight-legged freaks feeding on to human brains as seen in the funny horror comedy, Eight Legged Freaks, that came out in the year 2002.


Originally posted in Life hacking quotes and Analytics Pie

Quote - Dr Srikanth Srinivasan Kidambi


TRADEMARKS, STARE DECISIS, RULE OF LAW & LAYERED APPROACH

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Stare decisis and Rule of Law - Looking at the layered approach presented earlier - What it means and how it is relevant in making proper legal decisions?

1. Principle of Constancy 2. Principle of Generality 3. Principle of Institutional Responsibility 4. Principle of Legal Fidelity

To be cont'd soon ..

IMESSAGE & EYE-PERSONAL Story: SHOULD IT BE A TRADEMARK IN THE FIRST PLACE? WHAT DO YOU THINK?

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Photo Credit: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cd/Registered_trademark_symbol.png

Evidence 1: 

Apple contested our application that was in Google's play store directly with Google, who joined hands to remove our iMessenger/IMESSENGER app from the Google Play Store. As per Apple's legal counsel, they believed that iMessenger would cause likelihood of confusion with Apple's iMessage, though iMessage is an iOS based application, whereas ours was an android based application.

Additionally, IMESSENGER trademark was approved not once, but twice by the USPTO and was the first one in this series dating back to 1999 before other trademarks such as AOL messenger and Instant Messenger came out. Finally after more than a decade, Apple's iMessage was registered. Going by the argument meted out by Apple's legal counsel, it makes us wonder whether iMessage should be a trademark in the first place going by their own legal counsel's argument? What do you think?

Tabl…

SUPPORTING EVIDENCE: IMESSAGE application is specific for iOS systems

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This is the message suggesting to turn off iMessage on non-Apple phones supporting iMessage application is confined to iOS systems.

Reference:
https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage/

IMESSENGER TRADEMARK STORY V (Cont'd)

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Continuation of this real story -

Where are we now?

We just submitted our response letter to the non-office action to USPTO. As this information is publicly available, we are sharing the same on this legal knowledge exchange capital/commission (LKEC).
This response letter is in addition to what was already shared with Mr David Collier in an email format and during a phone conversation. These communications with Mr David Collierthrough emails and a phone conversation happened right after we received an office action letter and email from the USPTO office on August 12, 2019. In addition to those communications, we would like to present a detailed response for concerns presented in the office action letter.







I. Section 2(d) – Likelihood of Confusion Refusal Office Action Content:

The applicant argues that the cited registrations co-existed with now dead Registration Numbers 2356273 and 3348418.  Although that may be the case, prior decisions and actions of other trademark examining attorneys i…

PUBLIC CHARGE RULE (PART III): SELF-SUFFICIENCY & PUBLIC CHARGE RULE

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Our series on this topic resulted in the question what do we know about Credit score? Here is what our founder has acquired over the years. Though this is not a representation of one's wealth, it shows our founder's financial discipline over the years. Please note that having a high score requires managing our finances better rather than becoming a billionaire while having more debt than the supposedly billions on make-believe paper. 

We will also be seeing our founder's pristine tax filing record for years, which includes all the rules that he has been following for years.
Nuestra serie sobre este tema resultó en la pregunta ¿qué sabemos sobre el puntaje de crédito? Esto es lo que nuestro fundador ha adquirido a lo largo de los años. Aunque esto no es una representación de la riqueza de uno, muestra la disciplina financiera de nuestro fundador a lo largo de los años. Tenga en cuenta que tener un puntaje alto requiere administrar mejor sus finanzas en lugar de convertirse en…