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4 Key Takeaways: The Use of Investigators in Litigation Matters

USA - October 29 2018 Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Rob Potter and William Belmont of the Belmont Group recently presented an Ethics CLE on "The Use of Investigators in...

Advancing the Law Against Knock-Offs

USA - November 20 2017 In September 2015, Coty, along with its licensors Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and Lady Gaga, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for Southern District...

James W. Faris, Lisa Pearson.

Significant international anti-counterfeiting trade agreement signed

Global - October 10 2011 On October 1, 2011, representatives from the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Morocco, New Zealand, and Singapore signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) at a signing ceremony hosted in Tokyo by the Government of Japan....

Divya Jayachandran, Lisa Pearson.

Second Circuit rules that the unauthorized removal of anticounterfeiting devices from otherwise genuine trademarked products is actionable as trademark infringement

USA - June 23 2009 In Zino Davidoff SA v. CVS Corp., No. 07-2872-CV (June 19, 2009), the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that the sale of branded products from which a serial number applied for anticounterfeiting and quality control purposes has been removed constitutes trademark infringement under the Lanham Act....

Theodore H. Davis, Lisa Pearson, Miles J. Alexander, Jerre B. Swann.

Sex, lies and the Internet: Ninth Circuit rules that Communications Decency Act does not necessarily shield Yahoo from liability for promising and then failing to remove objectionable user content

USA - May 18 2009 In the interest of encouraging a robust exchange of information over the world wide web, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act ("Section 230") provides Internet service providers with immunity from civil liability related to allegedly indecent user content accessible through their services....

Joseph M. Beck.