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Media and Entertainment Year in Review

USA - August 13 2021 “SLAPP” (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation) lawsuits are on the rise, and in response state legislatures over the last decade have been…

Richard D. Anigian, Paloma Z. Ahmadi, Annie Allison, Jeffrey M. Becker, Thad Behrens, Jason P. Bloom, Errol Brown, Darwin Bruce, William "Hunt" Buckley, Deborah S. Coldwell, Theresa Conduah, Sally Dahlstrom, David Fleischer, Caroline Fox, Michael Gaston-Bell, David H. Harper, Erin Hennessy, Lee Johnston, Michael J. Lambert, Chrissy H. Long, Samuel Mallick, Christina W. Marshall, Vicki Martin-Odette, William B. Nash, Ryan Paulsen, Gilbert D. Porter, Laura Lee Prather, Jonathan D. Pressment, Ian Rainey, Catherine Robb, Stephanie Sivinski, Tom L. Tippetts, Thomas J. Williams.

Significant Changes to U.S. Trademark and Copyright Law Included in Latest Coronavirus Relief Legislation

USA - December 28 2020 On Sunday, December 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law a COVID-19 relief and government spending bill entitled the “Consolidated…

Jason P. Bloom, Wesley Lewis, Joseph Matal.

If It Isn’t Perceived as Generic, Then It Isn’t Generic: Takeaways from USPTO v. Booking.com

USA - July 10 2020 The United States Supreme Court ruled last week in United States Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B. V. that domain names comprised of…

Jeffrey M. Becker.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears First Ever Teleconference Oral Arguments in USPTO v. Booking.com B.V. Trademark Case

USA - May 6 2020 On Monday, for the first time in history, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments via teleconference and live-streamed the conference call to the…

Ellie Sowanick.

The USPTO Extends Certain Trademark Deadlines Through April

USA - April 8 2020 The USPTO has provided two avenues for relief to trademark owners impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic…

Mike A. McArthur.