Accused infringers are increasingly turning to social media to combat "trademark bullies" — corporations that use aggressive tactics against individuals or much smaller companies over terms or
A trademark appeal board has denied registration to four trademark applications for the term "CrackBerry" for different types of goods and services, ruling that the marks would dilute Research in Mot
...4th Circuit's 2007 ruling in Louis Vuitton Malletier SA v. Haute Diggity Dog LLC. A 4th Circuit panel ruled that Haute Diggity's chewable...
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...luxury goods. Louis Vuitton Malletier S.A. v. Haute Diggity Dog LLC, 507 F.3d 252 (4th Cir. 2007). Vuitton...
In 2007, sweeping developments reshaped the landscape in each sphere of the trademark universe, at once touching the "real world" of traditionally accepted rights, the emerging universe of rights in
An attorney fee agreement that uses a client's decision to settle as a trigger to convert contingent-fee representation into an obligation to pay hourly fees impermissibly burdens the client's exclus
...that manufactures luxury luggage, handbags, and accessories, commenced this action against Haute Diggity Dog, LLC, a Nevada corporation that manufactures and sells pet products nationally...
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will be under the microscope this term as senators, legal experts and conservative and liberal groups watch to see whether five vacant judgeships will trigger an
The 4th Circuit is under the microscope as senators, legal experts, and conservative and liberal groups watch to see if five vacant judgeships will trigger an ideological shift in one of the nation's
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