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The TPP’s Trademark Provisions: Expanding Power at the Potential Cost of Balance in the Marketplace

USA - August 18 2016 The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which a number of nations have signed, now awaits ratification in the United States. It has aroused extensive...

Ciara N. Mittan.


Litigation Alert: U.S. Supreme Court Addresses Attorney’s Fee Awards in Copyright Cases

USA - June 21 2016 Last week in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons Inc., the Supreme Court held that district courts have wide discretion to grant attorney's fee awards but...

William L. Pierog.


Supreme Court’s Lexmark decision creates uniform federal false advertising standing requirement

USA - March 27 2014 On March 25, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Lexmark International v. Static Control Components, ruling that Static Control may proceed with...

Jennifer Lloyd Kelly, Ronnie Solomon.


U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit rules there is no cause of action for “contributory cybersquatting”

USA - December 24 2013 On December 4, the Ninth Circuit ruled that the 1999 Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA), 15 U.S.C. 1125(d) does not provide a...

Sebastian E. Kaplan.


SOPA didn’t die. It just became soft SOPA.

USA - September 25 2013 January 2012 saw an explosion of controversy over two Internet-related bills that had been progressing through Congress: the Stop Online Piracy Act...