A former trademark licensee’s continued use of a trademark after termination of the license constitutes trademark counterfeiting.
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.”
The copyright misuse doctrine does not prohibit a copyright owner from requiring that licensees use the copyrighted work only on it own products.
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.
Irreparable injury cannot be presumed in Lanham Act false advertising cases.
The Federal Circuit’s proposed Model Order on E-Discovery offers a number of good suggestions that should help reduce the burden of electronic discovery in patent cases, and some that merit further consideration and debate.
A recent case from the First Circuit underlines the utility, from a copyright perspective, of delineating versions of software, registering each version, and keeping copies.
Trademark applicants filing intent-to-use applications must possess documentary evidence of their “bona fide intention” to use the applied-for mark in connection with the claimed goods and services.
You can’t copyright a bowl of food; and you can’t copyright a garden.
In a few words, your brand can be even more valuable than your talent