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MoFo IP Newsletter October 2017

Global, USA - October 24 2017 Inter partes review has become an enormously popular method of challenging patents. One important downside of filing for IPR, however, is that, if the…

Paul Goldstein, Michael Guo, Matthew I. Kreeger, Amanda D. Phillips, Aaron D. Rauh, Dina Roumiantseva, Jennifer Lee Taylor, Mark Whitaker

Case Targets Deceptive Trademark Solicitations

Global, USA - July 21 2017 Applicants and registrants of trademarks are inundated with offers to perform potentially unnecessary services. These solicitations often come in the…

Amanda D. Phillips, Jennifer Lee Taylor

MOFO IP Newsletter July 2017

Germany, USA - July 20 2017 In the recent TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC decision, the Supreme Court reversed nearly thirty years of patent venue law and held…

Joshua A. Hartman, Paul Goldstein, Hector G. Gallegos, Paul E. Jahn, Holger Andreas Kastler, Joyce Liou, Lincoln C. Lo, Wolfgang Schönig, William I. Schwartz, Jennifer Lee Taylor

Supreme Court Holds THE SLANTS Can Be Registered as a Trademark: Disparagement Clause Violates the First Amendment

USA - June 19 2017 The Supreme Court today brought closure to Simon Tam’s seven-year legal journey seeking to obtain a federal trademark registration for his band name…

Jennifer Lee Taylor

Seventh Circuit’s Latest Word on Standing Requirements for Data Breach Claims

USA - April 21 2016 On April 14, 2016, the Seventh Circuit again weighed in on Article III standing requirements in a putative class action involving an alleged data…

Tiffany Cheung