Space Force, Star Trek, and Strange New Worlds of Trademark Infringement

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“Given the general utilization of the two denotes, the anecdotal idea of the Starfleet logo, and the absence of purpose, one makes some hard memories accepting any court would discover encroachment.” On January 24, 2020, the United States Space Force logo hit the news — and the photon torpedoes started to fly. Instantly, those acquainted […]

Innovators Brace for Ninth Circuit Oral Arguments in FTC v. Qualcomm

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“Qualcomm obtained [its] showcase position through inventiveness and business astuteness. The Court held that specific highlights of Qualcomm’s plan of action damage the Sherman Act by against seriously keeping up those restraining infrastructures. That administering withdrew from the FTC’s hypothesis at preliminary and the Department of Justice has denounced it.” – Qualcomm opening brief The […]

Exploring Amazon’s Neutral Patent Evaluation in Real Life: Part I

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“In the event that the two gatherings consent to take part in the unbiased assessment, Amazon chooses a nonpartisan outsider patent legal advisor and requires each gathering to pay the evaluator a $4,000 store… . The overall party in the Patent Neutral Evaluation Process is discounted the $4,000 store.” You think of a splendid thought […]