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Are Vulgar Trademarks Protected Free Speech? Recent First Amendment Cases are Changing the Contours of Trademark Law

USA - April 10 2019 On April 15, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States will hold oral arguments on Iancu v. Brunetti. The case will decide if the "immoral" and...

Stefan Bogdanovich.

Fourth Circuit Provides Guidance on Trade Secret Protection for Combinations of Public Information

USA - December 12 2018 Trade secret information is defined under federal and state laws as information: (a) neither known to, nor readily ascertainable by, another person...

Linda M. Jackson, Dana J. Finberg.

California Comes Clean: State Requires Disclosure of Chemicals in Cleaning Products

USA - October 17 2017 On October 15, 2017, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the "Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017." The California Right to Know...

Georgia C. Ravitz, James R. Ravitz, James H. Hartten.

Ho-Ho-Ho! Retailers Beware When Advertising

USA - December 15 2016 Retailers should beware this holiday season - and beyond - when advertising sales using a comparison between the “original” and “sale” prices after...

Naomi J. L. Halpern, Anthony V. Lupo, Georgia C. Ravitz, James R. Ravitz.

Court Rejects Insurer’s Attempt to Disclaim Defense Obligation Based on IP Exclusion

USA - July 5 2016 In St. Paul Mercury Insurance Company v. Tessera, Inc., Case No. 12-cv-01827-RMW (N.D. Cal. Jun. 21, 2016), the federal court held that a lawsuit...

Jeff Leung, Julius A. Rousseau, III, James M. Westerlind.