#OnlinePitfalls – Effective management of sports intellectual property rights on social media platforms - Part 2 of 3
In part 2 of this Trademarks in Sports trilogy, Len Glickman and Michael Alvaro discuss the challenges and opportunities of leveraging and protecting brands and trademarks on social media platforms.
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- Tags: American Football | Athletics | Europe | Event Management | Intellectual Property | National Football League (NFL) | Olympic | Trade Mark | United States of America (USA)
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Michael Alvaro is a member of the 2013 summer student class at Cassels Brock.
Michael is a candidate for joint Canadian and American J.D. degrees at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and English from the University of Toronto.