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26 December 2011 No Comment

Thank you so much for following Fame Appeal legal blog. I appreciate your support as this blawg is nearing its second anniversary next month. Graduating law school and becoming a lawyer has really made 2011 a special year for me. How has 2011 been a special year for you? I have many things in store for 2012 that I am sure you will enjoy. I always love to get to know my readers so keep in touch, follow me via twitter @fameappeal or you can shoot me an e-mail at mishariff@fameappeal.com.

#1  Nicki Minaj stop playing with Barbie Dolls

BARBIE, NICKI MINAJ, MIXTAPE

#2 Race Relations: Abercrombie Woes

#3 Do these jeans make my Mark look big?

#4 Pimp my trademark with swag infringement

#5 Made in USA: Fame Appeal Clothing

#6 Internet Sales tax Unconstitutional

 

#7 Fashion Models Legal Protection

#8 Google & eBay- is Facebook Next? Failure to police counterfeit sellers

#9 J Crew jacking up Lower East Side

#10 Aston Martin Music harms Car Brand

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