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Supreme Court Clarifies Copyright Eligibility for Useful Articles

USA - March 23 2017 While much of the legal press may be speculating about the future of the Supreme Court’s Chevron test, yesterday the Court considered a very...

William L. Pierog.


U.S. Supreme Court raises the stakes in trademark proceedings at the TTAB

USA - March 26 2015 This week, the Supreme Court issued an important ruling that will significantly impact the way parties handle trademark disputes in the United States...

Eric Ball, Sean Wikner.


Ninth Circuit rejects presumption of irreparable harm for trademark owners

USA - December 4 2013 Reversing decades of precedent, on Monday the Ninth Circuit ruled that trademark owners no longer enjoy a presumption of irreparable harm when...

Eric Ball, Sebastian E. Kaplan.


Supreme Court in Already v. Nike clarifies when a covenant not to sue can kill a declaratory judgment case

USA - April 10 2013 In 2007, the Supreme Court in MedImmune, Inc. v. Genentech, Inc., 549 U.S. 118 (2007), broadened the scope of declaratory judgment jurisdiction...

Sean Wikner.


Just moot it: Supreme Court in Already v Nike clarifies when a covenant not to sue can kill a declaratory judgment

USA - January 14 2013 In 2007, the Supreme Court in MedImmune v. Genentech broadened the scope of declaratory judgment jurisdiction, making it easier for parties fearing...

Sean Wikner.