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By Richard Lehv
Prohibition of "Immoral or Scandalous" Marks Struck Down
By Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, P.C.
The USPTO now requires all applicants and registrants to provide their physical street address in order to establish their "domicile."
By Julia Belagorudsky
In its unanimous March 4, 2019 opinion, the United States Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in holding that copyright owners must wait for the U.S. Copyright Office ...
By Emily Weiss
Section 505 of the Copyright Act permits a court to award "full costs." The general federal statute governing awards of costs specifies six categories of litigation expenses that qualify as "costs":
By David Ehrlich
In May 20, 2019 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court resolved a long-standing split in federal appeals court case law on whether a trademark licensor, in a federal bankruptcy proceeding, could terminate a trademark license ...
By Janet Hoffman
In addition, it will now be possible to divide a pending application or existing registration.
By Todd Martin
The use of filters is likely to result in more content being blocked than is officially required under the Directive.
By Sean Harb
Last month, for the first time since 1998, a large collection of books, films, musical compositions, paintings, and other works entered the public domain in the United States.
By Melissa Goldstein
In June 2017, the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO") proposed streamlined cancellation procedures in an effort to save practitioners and trademark owners both time and money.
By Miriam Kavalerchik
On January 1, 2019, the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) approved Amendment No. 5 to Israel's Copyright Law, which adds the following provisions:
By Robin Baydurcan
Such requests are to be filed with the relevant jurisdiction's local trademark office rather than with WIPO.
By Robin Baydurcan
It is unclear whether a fee will be charged for these re-filings.
By Joseph A. R. Gerber
The High Court of Delhi held in July 2018 that the designer's red sole is not protectable as a trademark in India
By Stephen Bigger
Evidence submitted included confirmation that the sole director of the applicant company Snoop International Limited was none other than Michael Gleissner.
By Maritza Schaeffer
Bayer did not oppose these applications.