Accused infringers are turning to social media to combat "trademark bullies" owners that use aggressive tactics against individuals or small companies over terms or phrases similar to their ma
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Paul Weiner, of Littler Mendelson, cautions that although electronic discovery often focuses on the defendant's data, litigants should not lose sight of the fact that e-discovery obligations apply ju
A federal prosecutor and a defense attorney took the same Facebook posts and asked a Pennsylvania federal jury to view them differently. The result: convictions on four of five counts
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The 4th Circuit is set to rule on a closely watched trademark dispute between Rosetta Stone and Google. At issue is whether Google's keyword advertising practices, which use other companies' trademar
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