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Trademark Law

Protecting Your Business Against Copycat Websites and Cybersquatters

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Cybersquatting or domain squatting is registering, trafficking in, or using an internet domain name in bad faith with the intent to profit from ...
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Supreme Court Rules Lanham Act No Longer Requires Willful Infringement

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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On April 23, 2020, the Supreme Court issued a significant ruling in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc., holding a plaintiff is no longer required ...
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Supreme Court Rules Against Defense Preclusion Theory

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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On May 14, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Lucky Brand Dungarees, Inc. v. Marcel Fashion Group, Inc., unanimously holding a party is not ...
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Registered Versus Unregistered Trademarks: Why Registration Matters

Posted by: Katie Peterson
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There are millions of trademarks floating around the United States and the world. These marks help consumers identify different products and know, ...
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Wine Labels Battle Over Wine Descriptions

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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On April 1, 2020, Napa Valley’s JaM Cellars (JaM) filed a complaint against The Wine Group (Group), the producer of the well-known boxed wine ...
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Three Trademark Case Studies About Protecting Your Brand

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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A trademark is an intellectual property right that protects a company’s brand. The idea is to allow a producer of goods or services to distinguish ...
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Trademark Trolling: Video Game Company Trademarks Cyberpunk

Posted by: Brandon Selinsky
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The CD Projekt Red company recently trademarked the word “Cyberpunk” in preparation for the release of the company’s latest franchise, Cyberpunk ...
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