Supreme Court Upholds IPR Proceedings; Rejects Partial Institutions

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Two Supreme Court Decisions came down April 24, 2018 with potentially significant impacts on patent practice. First, in Oil States v. Greene’s Energy, the Court rejected Oil States’ Article III and 7th Amendment challenges to inter partes review (IPR) proceedings, declaring the proceedings constitutional under the public rights doctrine. Second, the Court ruled that Patent Trial and Appeal Board […]

Trademarks: A basic primer on trademarks and trademark law

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Trademarks are an all inclusive marvel. For all intents and purposes every single legitimate framework around the globe perceive some type of recognizable proof of the source and nature of products. Trademarks have been in presence for nearly insofar as exchange itself, with distinguishing proof images that today we would call trademarks dating 4000 years. […]

Olympics and Intellectual Property: What Brands Need to Know

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With the Winter recreations in PyeongChang, there was a whirlwind of online networking posts, commercials and advancements encompassing Team USA. As your business or brand demonstrates bolster for a most loved Winter Olympics group or competitor, you might need to reconsider before conveying acclaims via web-based networking media or publicizing. Actually, doing that or notwithstanding […]

Colgate-Palmolive Files Trademark Suit Over Use of ‘360’ Branding on Toothbrushes, Oral Care Products

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On January 29th, New York City-based customer item organization Colgate-Palmolive (NYSE:CL) recorded a claim affirming trademark encroachment in the Southern District of New York against Grand Rapids, MI-based oral social insurance organization Ranir LLC. At issue for the situation are toothbrushes being sold by Ranir which supposedly encroach upon the “360°” trademark, which is claimed […]

Wu-Tang Clan sue dog-walking outfit Woof-Tang Clan for copyright breach

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The company, who claims walk ‘the illest group of dogs in New York City’, have been targeted by producer-rapper RZA in a trademark dispute. Wu-Tang Clan producer and rapper RZA has sued a Brooklyn dog-walking company for breach of copyright, after they named themselves Woof-Tang Clan. Court papers stated that Wu-Tang Clan’s name and logo were “unmistakably associated” […]