GSE Reform – Trademark Protection in Social Media – Clean Energy Initiatives On this week’s Capital Thinking, Bret Boyles returns

October 24, 2013
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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On this week’s Capital Thinking, Bret Boyles returns as guest host and chats first with Vince Frillici and Brad Cheney of the Mortgage Bankers Association about the Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) Reform, as well as the prospects of legislation being passed by Congress this session. In the next half hour, Deborah Lodge will discuss protecting trademarks in social media. She will explain the differences between social and traditional media, and how these differences have an impact on trademark protection and enforcement. Finally, Josh Greene joins Bret to review developments in clean energy and clean tech, and certain state-level initiatives that could have far-reaching consequences.

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