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Animated “Motion Trademarks” Grow in Popularity and Legal Protection Around The World (October 2019)
Better file your copyright applications promptly, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Fourth Estate decision (April 2019)
NOW WHAT, AFTER GDPR? CALIFORNIA!
New State Privacy Law Set to Impact Businesses Across the U.S. (July 2018)
Virtual Minimum Contacts: Where Does Personal Jurisdiction Attach Through Internet-Based Activities? (July 2015)
NOT SAVED BY SCIENCE
Fifth Circuit Rules False Advertising Claims Based on Debated Science Subject to Lanham Act
Liability, Not Protected First Amendment Speech (January 2015)
Check That Label. And Then Check It Again: False Advertising Claims After Pom Wonderful
v. Coca-Cola (October 2014)
Aereo’s Internet-Based Television Streaming Services May Be Wizardry, But the Supreme Court is in No Mood for Magic (July 2014)
The Trademark-Clearinghouse and the Uniform Rapid Suspension System: Cost effective ways to protect your brands (April 2014)
Starbucks v. Wolfe’s Borough is Over: An Object Lesson in the Do’s and Don’ts of Dilution Litigation (January 2014)
100 Years of Seeing RED-A Historical Perspective on the Second Circuit’s “Red-Sole Shoe” Mark Decision in Louboutin v. Yves Saint Laurent (November 2012)
Being Famous vs. Proving Fame: Evidentiary Pitfalls Revealed by Coach v. Triumph Learning (April 2012)
Applicability of Copyright Law’s First Sale Doctrine to Foreign-Made Goods Remains a Gray Area Following Supreme Court Deadlock (Winter 2011)
The DMCA’s Teeth: Court Awards Massive Statutory Damages for Access Control Circumvention Online (Summer 2010)
Congress Enacts Comprehensive Protection Against Dilution of Famous Marks (Client Advisory) (September 2006)