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Will fashion designs finally be clothed in copyright protection?

USA - September 13 2012 After many attempts, it appears that clothing designs may finally gain protection in the United States.

Co-authors: Cory M. Amron, William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott.


New pilot program by U.S. Trademark Office: could affect all registrants

USA - August 14 2012 The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has instituted a pilot program in which it will be pulling some post-registration Declarations of Use and requesting proof of use for additional items listed in the goods/services description, instead of only one in a class, as is the custom now.

Co-authors: Cory M. Amron, William H. Oldach III, Christopher M. Ott.


Protecting your brand under the new gTLD program

Global - September 8 2011 September 7, 2011 - The domain name system is about to undergo a significant change that will directly affect trademarks owners, especially corporations looking to control, leverage and perhaps monetize their most recognizable brands.


Trademark owners: block your trademarks in the new .XXX domain

USA - August 31 2011 The new .XXX top-level domain that launches next month allows brand owners to “opt-out” and block their trademarks from being used in an .XXX domain name.

Co-authors: Cory M. Amron, William H. Oldach III, Sutton A. Meagher, Christopher M. Ott.


What trademark owners need to know about ICANN's new gTLD program

Global - August 1 2011 The domain name system is about to undergo a significant change that will directly affect trademarks owners.

Co-authors: Cory M. Amron, William H. Oldach III, Sutton A. Meagher, Christopher M. Ott.

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