March 25, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced remote workforces across the country to rely on video conferencing as their main method of communication. This raises an important intellectual property question: If employees are giving a virtual presentation, do they need to ensure their backgrounds are free of brand logos and trademarked images? Adam Sacharoff, chair of Much's Intellectual Property & Technology group, explores the legal nuances in TechRepublic.

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