Although IP wasn't a hot topic during the John Roberts confirmation hearings, inquiring minds want to know: Where does the new chief justice stand on IP issues? Moreover, does he know anything abou
A new circuit split is emerging in trademark law, says attorney Mark V.B. Partridge. It appears that "noncommercial" use -- using a mark not to sell goods and services, but for comment, criticism or
Businesses of all sizes are alike in at least this one respect: They too often fail to make strategic investments in intellectual property protection. This attitude is shortsighted and risky, since I
A long-standing deal to split the Wurlitzer name in two survives because the 7th Circuit exercises its "commercial sense.
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