In this issue: The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in the trademark case, which questions whether two generic words can come together to form a recognizable mark; also, attorneys address questions employers might have regarding staff on H-1B visas; filings for civil protection orders have decreased during the coronavirus stay-at-home orders, but many fear that actual instances of domestic abuse have risen; and the Colorado Supreme Court delivered an opinion in an insurance case that clarifies that the state legislature may not give an interstate commission the power to override statute