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Post-license use of trademark is counterfeiting

USA - January 4 2012 A former trademark licensee’s continued use of a trademark after termination of the license constitutes trademark counterfeiting....

Frosty the patent? Fun holiday reading for patent geeks

USA - December 22 2011 If you’re looking for a fun patent to read this holiday season (and who isn’t?), here’s one for “Apparatus for Facilitating the Construction of a Snow ManWoman.”...

Copyright (and patent) misuse - it's narrower than you think

USA - December 9 2011 The copyright misuse doctrine does not prohibit a copyright owner from requiring that licensees use the copyrighted work only on it own products....

Real world effects of the absence of presumed irreparable harm

USA - December 5 2011 If you want to see the effect of recent cases abolishing the presumption of irreparable harm following automatically from a likelihood of success, consider the recent decision in the Apple v. Samsung case....

No presumption of irreparable harm in false advertising cases either

USA - December 5 2011 Irreparable injury cannot be presumed in Lanham Act false advertising cases....