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Partner Susan Natland was quoted in, "Mongols Convicted of Racketeering, but Trial Isn’t Over," an article published by Court House News Service.

Friday, January 18, 2019
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Partner Susan Natland was quoted in, "Mongols Convicted of Racketeering, but Trial Isn’t Over," an article published by Court House News Service.

Partner Susan Natland was quoted in, "Mongols Convicted of Racketeering, but Trial Isn’t Over," an article published by Courthouse News Service.

Excerpt: Susan M. Natland, a partner with Knobbe Martens and former adjunct trademarks professor at UCLA Law School, said the government could be found to have abandoned the patch trademark immediately, because it has no interest in providing goods and services under the mark, as the law requires.

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Partner Susan Natland was quoted in, "Mongols Convicted of Racketeering, but Trial Isn’t Over," an article published by Court House News Service.
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