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Justified Paranoia: Patenting and the Delicate Dance Between Confidentiality and Investment
Most inventors understand that a certain amount of paranoia goes a long way when dealing with an idea or invention. Ideas cannot be patented, but [...]
Disney Wants Atty Docs In VidAngel Streamng IP Row
Disney and the streaming service VidAngel Inc., which Disney and other studios have accused of infringement, have asked a California court to sort out a [...]
TracFone Sues Texas Cos. In Latest Anti-Trafficking Effort
Wireless service provider TracFone sued three Texas-based companies Friday, accusing them of running a phone smuggling ring that cuts into its business model, marking the [...]
‘Fearless Girl’ Artist Sold Unauthorized Statues, TM Suit Says
The artist who created the Fearless Girl sold unauthorized copies of the famous feminist statue in violation of trademark law and agreements with State Street [...]
Optum Can’t Get 1rst Circ. To Block Ex-Exec From Startup
The First Circuit on Friday rejected Optum’s bid to block a former executive from working at a health care startup created by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway [...]
Film Studios Say Omniverse Sold Pirated Movies, Shows
Disney, Paramount Pictures Corp., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. and other Hollywood heavyweights sued Omniverse One World Television in California federal court, accusing the company [...]
USPTO May Soon Make Foreign TM Applicants Use US Atty
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is working on a rule that would require foreign trademark applicants and those living overseas to use a U.S.-licensed [...]
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, February 15
This week in Other Barks & Bites: the USPTO appoints a new Chief Information Officer; Apple uses Qualcomm chips in Germany while American professors urge [...]
PTAB Taking Patent Eligibility Revamp To Heart
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has in recent weeks demonstrated its intent to follow the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s new patent eligibility framework, [...]
Restasis Patent Redo Bid ‘Inappropriate,’ Fed. Circ. Told
The row over Allergan Inc.'s controversial deal to sell patents on the dry-eye drug Restasis to a Mohawk tribe to avoid the Patent Trial and [...]
Lamictal Case Won’t Be Paused For Class Cert. Appeal
A New Jersey federal judge on Friday refused to pause a case accusing GlaxoSmithKline PLC and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. of delaying the entry of [...]
UK Litigation Roundup: Here’s What You Missed In London
The last week has seen the European arm of a Japanese investment bank sue a Saudi billionaire, the former prime minister of Qatar face action involving [...]
NY Supreme Court tosses flat fee trademark royalty scheme
In a precedential decision, the New York Supreme Court became the first court in the US to affirm the percentage-of-sales methodology when determining trademark licensing [...]
NY Supreme Court tosses flat fee trademark royalty scheme
In a precedential decision, the New York Supreme Court became the first court in the US to affirm the percentage-of-sales methodology when determining trademark licensing [...]
NY Supreme Court tosses flat fee trademark royalty scheme
In a precedential decision, the New York Supreme Court became the first court in the US to affirm the percentage-of-sales methodology when determining trademark licensing [...]
NY Supreme Court tosses flat fee trademark royalty scheme
In a precedential decision, the New York Supreme Court became the first court in the US to affirm the percentage-of-sales methodology when determining trademark licensing [...]
NY Supreme Court tosses flat fee trademark royalty scheme
In a precedential decision, the New York Supreme Court became the first court in the US to affirm the percentage-of-sales methodology when determining trademark licensing [...]
IP Hires: Baker Botts, Hill Wallack, Reichman Jorgensen
In this week’s round of intellectual property attorney moves, Baker Botts hired a former chairman of Venable’s patent prosecution and counseling practice, Hill Wallack added [...]
Fla. Judge Splits Up Trial In ‘Hustlin” Copyright Suit
A Florida federal judge on Thursday split an upcoming trial in a copyright infringement suit over LMFAO’s hit song “Party Rock Anthem” in two, separating [...]
Up Next At High Court: Ginsburg’s Return Likely For IP Args
Two disputes involving patent challenges and trademark licenses are the only cases on the U.S. Supreme Court docket this holiday week, which is expected to [...]
ITC Clears Japanese Dental Co. In Rival’s Patent Suit
The U.S. International Trade Commission has found that international dental company Ivoclar Vivadent AG failed to show that its Japanese competitor GC Corp. sold and [...]
The Difficulties Of Defending IPR Win On Appeal
The Federal Circuit has reversed or remanded inter partes review rulings because the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's analysis is flawed or incomplete. It may [...]
Federal Circuit Addresses Whether Anticipating Prior Art Reference is ‘By Another’ as Described in 35 U.S.C. § 102(e)
The Federal Circuit recently overturned a Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) inter partes review decision finding that an IPS Group (IPS) patent was not [...]
March Deadline Stays Put As US-China Trade Talks Trudge On
The Trump administration wrapped up its latest round of trade negotiations with China on Friday and held firm to a March 1 deadline to raise [...]
How to Get an International Trade Mark?

13th February 2019 Trade Marks | JAX FLORO

Even if you have registered a trade mark in your...

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3 Important Trade Mark Considerations

31st January 2019 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

Descriptiveness Though it might be tempting to opt for a...

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Funny Trade Mark Quotes

24th January 2019 IP Humour | LARA ALEXANDRA

The Beginning of a Trade Mark If you’ve had any...

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The Basics of Copyright Law in Australia

16th January 2019 Copyright | SAM GILBERT

What is copyright? Copyright is a form of intellectual property...

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What Do Trade Mark Attorneys Do?

11th January 2019 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

Registering a trade mark can feel somewhat expensive for an...

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ATMOSS – IP Australia – Australian Trade Mark Search

14th December 2018 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

What is the Australian Trade Mark Search? The Australian Trade...

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I Want to Be a YouTuber! What IP Legals Should I Know?

12th December 2018 Social Media and Marketing | LARA ALEXANDRA

The YouTuber The evolution of the video-sharing platform, YouTube, has...

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Drone Regulations in Australia

6th December 2018 Drone Law | SAM GILBERT

Drone Regulations in Australia  The primary body that regulates drone...

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6 Important Steps in Trade Marking a Brand Name

5th December 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

It is essential for every business to trade mark their...

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Mars Touchdown – WISH YOU WERE HERE!

30th November 2018 Space | LARA ALEXANDRA

First Mission to Mars in 6 Years It was an...

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How Do I Create a Successful Start Up?

29th November 2018 Startups | LARA ALEXANDRA

Starting Off Right   Like most processes – beginning a...

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How to Register Your Brand on Amazon Brand Registry

26th November 2018 E-Commerce | SAM GILBERT

What is Amazon Brand Registry? Amazon Brand Registry is a...

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