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Pressing Pause: Now That Coronavirus Is a Factor in Staying One Patent Litigation, Will Other Cases Follow?

USA - May 19 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted many aspects of society, and legal proceedings are no exception. A recent decision citing the pandemic as a…

Andrew D. Kasnevich.

Be Careful What You Consent To: At The ITC, An Easy Way Out Has Consequences

USA - May 19 2020 Section 337 investigations at the International Trade Commission (ITC or Commission) can be among the most expensive intellectual property disputes…

Paul T. Qualey.

Your Color-Based Product Packaging Mark Might Be Protectable Trade Dress

USA - April 24 2020 Trade dress, which includes the total look of a product (size, shape, color) is registrable as a trademark if, like a trademark, it identifies the…

Christopher Gresalfi.

Who Would Offer a Free License to IP? Those Taking the Open COVID Pledge

USA - April 15 2020 "We ... Pledge to make our intellectual property available free of charge for use in ending the COVID-19 pandemic and minimizing the impact of the…

Andrew D. Kasnevich, Lawrence K. DeMeo.

IP Rights vs. the Common Good: Can the Government Bring Them Together to Fight COVID-19?

USA - April 7 2020 As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic spreads across the United States and the world, some companies and individuals are taking action to…

Andrew D. Kasnevich, Lawrence K. DeMeo.