Author: TomJames

The Cokato Copyright Attorney, a nationally syndicated law blog, is written by Cokato, Minnesota attorney Thomas James of the Tom James Law Office. In this post, he describes what Hachette... Read More

Echion CLE, located in Plymouth, Minnesota with some telecasts originating in Cokato, Minnesota (USA), Echion CLE provides continuing legal education courses and publications for attorneys, mediators and other legal professionals... Read More

Cokato Minnesota attorney Thomas James at the Tom James Law Office. Personal blog sharing Tom James's satire, commentary, humor, and other stuff like that. Don’t look for a great deal... Read More

Thomas James | The Cokato Copyright Attorney | Minting and selling digital tokens can raise copyright issues, trademark issues, or both. Copyright issues were addressed in a previous installment of... Read More

Cokato Minnesota attorney Thomas James at the Law Office of Tom James identifies several works that are in the public domain as of January, 2022, and explains why. He includes... Read More

On February 2, 2022, at 6:48 a.m., Minneapolis police quietly and carefully turn a key in a door, then burst into the apartment, yelling profanities, kicking furniture. A young man... Read More

A global movement is underway to criminalize “coercive control.” It has been successful in Europe and Australia and is gaining momentum in the United States. Cokato, Minnesota attorney Thomas James... Read More

Cokato attorney Tom James’s blog | Many people are not aware of the many ways that peanut butter can be prepared for human consumption. Cokato lawyer Tom James shows you... Read More

Thomas B. James on Medium.com | The odd and sometimes humorous creative observations and writings of Cokato Minnesota attorney Thomas James, author of Tuber Tips, Wheelchair Ponies, and several serious... Read More

The U.S. Trademark Office denied an application to register “.sucks” as a trademark. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Cokato lawyer Tom James explains why generic top level domains (gTLDs) cannot... Read More