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CASE OF THE WEEK Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. v. International Trade Commission, Appeal No. 2020-1785 (Fed. Cir. Apr. 29, 2021) The Federal Circuit’s only precedential patent...

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BITMANAGEMENT SOFTWARE GMBH v. UNITED STATES Before NEWMAN, DYK, and O’MALLEY, Circuit Judges.  Appeal from the United States Court of Federal Claims. ... Read More »
Lanard Toys Limited v. Dolgencorp LLC, Ja-Ru, Inc., and Toys “R” US Before Lourie, Mayer, and Wallach. Appeal from the District Court for the Middle... Read More »
ALLEN V. COOPER Before Kagan, Roberts, Alito, Sotomayor, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, Thomas, Breyer, and Ginsburg. Appeal from the Fourth Circuit. Summary: ... Read More »
In December, the Second Circuit ruled that My Other Bag (MOB) was not liable for infringing Louis Vuitton’s trademarks and copyrights because MOB’s bags... Read More »
On December 4, 2017 Galatea Jewelry (“Galatea” or “Plaintiff”) filed a copyright infringement suit in the District Court for the Central... Read More »
Written by Lesley Kim and Jonathan Hyman Edited by Catherine Holland U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”), the primary federal agency... Read More »
Written by Diana E. Wade and Jeff Van Hoosear Edited by Catherine Holland For many students in the United States, the first day of school is less than a month ... Read More »
Written by Vicki Y. Nee and Ian W. Gillies Edited by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland On June 1, 2017, noted music and fashion photographer Danny Clinch... Read More »
Written by Vicki Y. Nee, Susan Natland, and Boris Zelkind Edited by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland Over the last year, there have been some significant... Read More »
Written by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland Edited by Jeff Van Hoosear On April 4, 2017, the Ninth Circuit ruled that Urban Outfitters and Century 21... Read More »
Written by Charlene A. Azema and Curtiss Dosier On March 21, 2017 the Supreme Court issued a monumental holding removing the availability of laches as a defense... Read More »
Written by Loni Morrow and Jonathan Hyman Edited by Catherine Holland On March 31, 2017, Forever 21 was sued by Puma over its “Fenty” line of... Read More »
Written by Diana E. Wade and Ian W. Gillies Edited by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland Much like the world of Underland created in Lewis Carroll’s book ... Read More »
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Nandini AnanthInteresting write up
Mar 16, 2017
Written by Charlene Azema and Jonathan Hyman On December 22, 2016, the Second Circuit gave tote bag manufacturer My Other Bag an early Christmas present by... Read More »
Written by Rebecca Wright, Ph.D. and Curtiss Dosier In 2006, Warner Bros. filed suit against A.V.E.L.A., X One X Productions, and ArtNostalgia.com, Inc... Read More »
Taylor Swift, a pop star with sufficient power to move mountains, succeeded in moving an equally resolute object last year: Apple Music’s position on... Read More »
Are you free to use, depict, employ your favourite characters from ‘Gone with the Wind’, ‘Tom and Jerry’, ‘Wizard of Oz’, etc... Read More »
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Lalit Purohiti think court has rightly discused the copy right . thanks for this one
Jul 25, 2011
In this day and age, the growing trend towards technology seems to be an undeniable recognition amongst the intelligent collective that something curiously... Read More »
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John HarvardsonFar out! I can see visions becoming a reality. This is one more step into the future and travel heading to the outer limits.
Jul 26, 2011
Gena Patent3D printing technology is an exciting new reality that also brings with it the near-limitless potential for patent infringement. We have yet to see whether various product manufacturers will, as a result, imitate the music industry and sue end users, or will decide to pursue the printer manufacturers instead. As various forms of 3D technology increase in popularity, we're certain to see more 3D patent litigation.http://www.generalpatent.com/blog/
Jul 26, 2011
Google search results and news hits have become a way of life for most of us. Individuals and Corporates do what it takes to be on top of Google’s search... Read More »
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Nishant BoraIf what Google does with its search and news results is actually copyright infringement, how else is it or any other search engine supposed to operate?
Jul 20, 2011
As is commonly known, the internet has revolutionized the neo-age to a great extent. And in the past age, one company that touched the lives of probably every person... Read More »
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