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Trademark, Copyright & False Advertising Newsletter - Fall 2015

USA - November 30 2015 In an opinion by Judge Leval, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has upheld Google’s digitization program of full text copying...

Rhonda R. Trotter, Oscar Ramallo, Paul C. Llewellyn, Richard A. De Sevo, David Harris.


Supreme Court ruling on potential preclusive effect of TTAB decisions raises numerous legal and practical questions

USA - March 25 2015 In 1990, B&B began using the mark SEALTIGHT to sell fasteners used primarily in the aerospace industry. Two years later, Hargis began using the mark...

John P. Rynkiewicz, Rhonda R. Trotter, Oscar Ramallo, Paul C. Llewellyn.


Trademark, copyright & false advertising newsletter - Winter 2015

USA - March 10 2015 Courts have long recognized that a trademark owner can make small changes to its mark without losing priority. This doctrineknown as...

James M. Lyons, Rhonda R. Trotter, Oscar Ramallo, Paul C. Llewellyn, Richard A. De Sevo.


Unanimous Supreme Court holds that trademark tacking must be decided by the jury

USA - January 21 2015 Courts have long recognized that trademark owners can make small changes to their mark without losing priority. This doctrineknown as trademark...

Paul C. Llewellyn, Richard A. De Sevo.


Trademark, copyright & false advertising newsletter - Summer 2014

USA - September 11 2014 In Klinger v. Conan Doyle Estate, Ltd., 755 F.3d 496 (7th Cir. 2014), in an opinion by Judge Posner, the Seventh Circuit clarified the interplay...

James M. Lyons, Paul C. Llewellyn, Richard A. De Sevo, David Harris.