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Trademark Registration Alone Insufficient to Establish “Use in Commerce” in Infringement Action

USA - March 20 2017 A music group sued its publishing company claiming that the company violated the group’s trademark rights by registering the band’s trademark...

Idara E. Udofia, Brian L. Heidelberger.


Advertising Law Snapshot Volume 2, Issue 3

USA - February 15 2017 Plaintiff has no standing to bring claim under Supreme Court decision in Spokeo v. Robins because the plaintiff couldn’t identify any actual damages...

Robert H. Newman, Paul D. McGrady, Brian L. Heidelberger, Ronald Y. Rothstein.


Advertising Law Snapshot Volume 2, Issue 2

USA - February 9 2017 Create agency audit policy, MSA should state “who”, “what,” “where,” “why,” and “how” for audit, Limit scope of auditidentify parameters to avoid...

Liisa M. Thomas, Robert H. Newman, Paul D. McGrady, Brian L. Heidelberger, Ronald Y. Rothstein.


Advertising Law Snapshot Volume 2, Issue 1

USA - January 24 2017 FTC conducted a $50K prize contest to submit innovative solutions to block illegal robocalls. Rules included judging criteria, and stated that judges...

Liisa M. Thomas, Robert H. Newman, Paul D. McGrady, Brian L. Heidelberger, Ronald Y. Rothstein.


Blood Pressure App Maker Settles FTC Charges Alleging Inaccurate App Readings

USA - December 21 2016 Aura Labs, Inc. recently settled charges with the FTC for alleged deceptive claims that its app, Instant Blood Pressure, provided blood pressure...

Sara Skinner Chubb, Brian L. Heidelberger.