Month: September 2014

Pretexting is NOT a naughty word when it comes to Trademark Investigations

When it comes to trademark investigations the use of pretexting is NOT forbidden.  The word “pretexting” brings to mind the scandal involving HP where the board members utilized investigators to pretext in order to obtain phone records. In this case the word pretexting is defined as impersonating someone else to gain access to private or […]

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