Most American lawyers, if asked, would gladly use their legal talents to solve global problems. But unless one has expertise in international law, chances are slim that one will be asked. That is why those who practice trademark law owe a debt to the Macedonians, writes San Francisco IP attorney Lawrence Siskind. Their troubled Balkan land has given birth to a difficult international problem, a problem whose solution can be found only in the intricacies of trademark law.
Commentary: It's Not All Greek to Them
April 29, 2008