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Can you trademark that tagline?

USA - January 16 2015 There are two types of taglines or slogans companies typically seek protection of, taglines tied to an advertising campaign or sales of a good or…

Taylor M. Coon.

Court grants summary judgment of non-infringement in K-cup patent suit

USA - October 8 2013 Plaintiff Keurig, Inc. ("Keurig") filed suit contending that the coffee cartridges of Defendant JBR, Inc. ("JBR") infringed upon Keurig's three…

Ronald E. Cahill, Daniel J. Gleason.

What constitutes trademark “use”?

USA - May 21 2015 The United States is one of the few countries that requires a showing of use for extension of trademark protection. Accordingly, questions concerning…

Taylor M. Coon.

Reasonable expectations of privacy in the digital age

USA - July 9 2012 In this digital age of smart phones, global positioning systems, cloud computing, and social networking, determining what constitutes private information and what lengths our legal system will go to protect it is increasingly challenging

Allison D. Burroughs.

Sanctions against Amphastar Pharmaceuticals for discovery misconduct stand

USA - June 11 2014 Plaintiffs Momenta Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Sandoz, Inc. (collectively, “Momenta”) brought an action against Defendants Amphastar Pharmaceuticals…