...34;non-exclusive right and license" to use the game's trademarks solely in connection with the packing, sale, marketing, advertising and distribution of...
For whatever reason, some defendants prefer to have their disputes heard in federal court. But the U.S. Supreme Court ruled earlier this year that legal-malpractice cases are best left to state court
The U.S. Supreme Court's Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons ruling that a legally obtained copyrighted work can be imported into the U.S. and resold without permission from the copyright owner, even if i
...hawking of such wares as well. They must also watch out for trademark abuse within the domain name system, known as cybersquatting; complaints posted to...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...challenging the validity of those patents at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. That has involved filing for inter partes and ex...
David Skeels and his client are like a lot of patent litigators and litigants: They want the hard-fought claims-construction rulings they win in federal trial courts to stand a better chance of survi
...alleged the following causes of action against the defendants in its complaint: trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, unfair competition and dilution, patent infringement, and unjust...
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