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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…

David A. Bell.

Year in review - media and entertainment law

USA - August 12 2019 The movement to better protect citizens’ First Amendment rights won two big victories this year, when the Uniform Law Commission and the New York…

Richard D. Anigian, Adam Siegartel, Caroline Fox, Catherine Robb, Chrissy H. Long, Christina W. Marshall, Darwin Bruce, David A. Bell, David Fleischer, David H. Harper, Deborah S. Coldwell, Ernest Martin, Jr., Gilbert D. Porter, Jasmine Yang, Jason P. Bloom, Jonathan D. Pressment, Laura Lee Prather, Lee Johnston, Paloma Z. Ahmadi, Ryan Paulsen, Sally Dahlstrom, Stephanie Sivinski, Thad Behrens, Thomas J. Williams, Tom L. Tippetts, Vicki Martin-Odette, Wesley Lewis, William "Hunt" Buckley.

Media and Entertainment Law - June 2019

USA - July 11 2018 In Fourth Estate Pub. Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com, LLC, 586 U.S. ___, 139 S.Ct. 881 (Mar. 4, 2019), the United States Supreme Court settled a…

Chrissy Hocker, Richard D. Anigian, Adam Siegartel, Caroline Fox, Catherine Robb, Christina W. Marshall, David A. Bell, David Fleischer, David H. Harper, Deborah S. Coldwell, Ernest Martin, Jr., Gilbert D. Porter, Jason P. Bloom, Jennifer M. Lantz, Jonathan D. Pressment, Jorge Torres Martinez, Kenneth G. Parker, Laura E. O'Donnell, Laura Lee Prather, Mark Erickson, Mary-Christine "M.C." Sungaila, Matt McGee, Matthew R. Schindel, Melissa M. Goodman, Paloma Z. Ahmadi, Sally Dahlstrom, Thad Behrens, Thomas J. Williams, Tom L. Tippetts, Vicki Martin-Odette, Wesley Lewis, William "Hunt" Buckley, William Feldman.

Supreme Court favors juries over judges in deciding consumer perspective trademark issue

USA - January 23 2015 The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously decreed that the jury, not the judge, should decide whether two trademarks used by a brand owner may…

David A. Bell, Michael McArthur.

After 22 years of litigation, the U.S. trademark office again cancels the Washington redskins’ trademarks as disparaging to Native Americans

USA - June 19 2014 On June 18, 2014, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted a petition to cancel six trademarks…

Philip G. Hampton, II.