Generic Sayings That Could Get You Sued: The Week in Business EducationLaura Lorenzetti
Spot the Lawsuit™
Tomorrow starts here. Touched by cancer. Be the difference. They may sound banal, but beware—some platitudes are lawsuits waiting to happen. Colleges and universities have trademarked these and a host of other generic sounding mottos to prevent competitors from using them in any education-related context. And higher education is serious about its government-given rights. Schools, including the University of Alabama, have made legal threats against perpetrators.
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