Reporter Sheri Qualters asked several trademark practitioners to come up with a list of the most significant issues facing trademark owners right now and how they would advise lawyers to handle them.
The strange saga of a college student who launched parody brands of an outdoor clothing company appears to have come to a conclusion. The North Face and the makers of "South Butt" and "Butt Face" par
...Andrew Berger, an intellectual property counsel to New York-based Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt who isn't involved in the case. "You pick...
As sales of electronic books and readers skyrocket, the threat of piracy and other copyright issues loom. Publishers are test-driving different litigation strategies to fight illegal downloads
The trademark enforcers at Louis Vuitton Malletier S.A. are in a dustup with the University of Pennsylvania Law School over the school's use of Vuitton marks on an invitation and poster for a March 2
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has issued a split ruling regarding luxury accessories maker Coach's opposition to the registration of "Coach" trademarks by test prep publishing com
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed a cancellation of the "G The Goodyman" trademark for meat snacks and bakery products. On Dec. 28, a unanimous panel upheld a decision by
Julie Bahret joins Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton's real estate finance and capital markets team as counsel to the San Francisco office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
Attending a meeting to discuss the use of a trademark isn't enough presence in a federal district to confer personal jurisdiction over the defendants in a trademark infringement case, the U.S. Court
A family-owned bottling company's lawsuit has prompted a Massachusetts federal judge to enter a preliminary injunction against PepsiCo Inc. The injunction bars PepsiCo from using 10 variations on the
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