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SEC, US Trustee Object To Releases In Amyris' Ch. 11 Plan
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Trustee's Office have expressed new concerns about nonconsensual third-party releases in biotechnology company Amyris' Chapter 11 [...]
In-House Lawyers Fear Increase In IP Suits
Issues over who invents a patent and who owns a copyright are some of the biggest intellectual property worries coming up among in-house attorneys across [...]
Yelp Ends TM Suit Over Domain Name After Settlement
Crowd-sourced business review platform Yelp Inc. has voluntarily dismissed its trademark infringement suit against a California man accused of cybersquatting on a domain for Yelp's [...]
Contempt Looms For Husband In IP Row Over Insurance Co.
The North Carolina Business Court has demanded that the husband of an insurance agency owner return her business assets as required by a previous order [...]
5 AI Risks For Corporate Boards To Examine
Whether companies are building their own artificial intelligence technology or leveraging third-party tools, their directors should get educated on certain legal issues and business risks [...]
Alleged Alston & Bird Conflict Makes Judge Mull DQ In IP Row
A California federal judge appeared open Thursday to disqualifying Alston & Bird LLP from representing Rocket Resume in its copyright fight against Bold Limited, saying [...]
20 Judicial Noms Advance To Full Senate After Heavy Debate
Twenty of President Joe Biden's judicial nominations that were resubmitted to the Senate at the beginning of the year advanced out of committee Thursday, some [...]
Dutch Co. Wants Blank Rome Client Docs In Copyright Feud
A Dutch software company is demanding Blank Rome LLP turn over documents pertaining to copyright applications the firm filed on behalf of a rival technology [...]
What To Keep Tabs On In The NIL Arena This Year
The past year brought significant developments to name, image and likeness in the realm of college sports, making it increasingly important for lawyers to be [...]
Patent Prosecution Carries Consequences For Later Litigation
The Federal Circuit's recent Mylan v. Actelon holding, along with three other 2023 decisions, underscores the continued need for patent litigators to make note of [...]
Sharp Divisions Forecast Steep Climb For Sports NIL Overhaul
Athletes, lawmakers and NCAA leadership clashed over the proper way to legislate name, image and likeness deals in college sports on Capitol Hill on Thursday, [...]
10 Global Antitrust Trends To Anticipate In 2024
Proactive navigation of the antitrust enforcement environment remains crucial this year as legal policy and tools evolve to meet intensifying global economic complexity, including geopolitical [...]
NanoString Says Doubled Award Would Be 'Death Sentence'
Seattle biotech NanoString Technologies Inc. has told a Delaware court that if rival 10x Genomics' request to double a $31 million award in a jury's [...]
Commerce Makes Reporting Minor Export Violations Easier
The U.S. Department of Commerce is further streamlining its program for businesses to step forward on potential export control violations by slashing the amount of [...]
Patent Litigation Funding and Insurance: What to Know and How to Succeed
When I was in law school, my business associations professor began the semester by telling the class that debt and equity are essentially the same [...]
'Chaos' Warning Resonates As Justices Mull Chevron's Fate
A conservative-led campaign against the 40-year-old doctrine of judicial deference to federal regulators appeared vulnerable at U.S. Supreme Court arguments Wednesday to predictions of a [...]
Thomas Gets Laugh, Agrees Prior Ruling Is 'Embarrassment'
The specter of a major 2005 telecommunications ruling hung over U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Wednesday as he and his colleagues considered whether to toss [...]
5 Key Takeaways From Supreme Court's Chevron Arguments
U.S. Supreme Court justices questioned Wednesday whether overturning a decades-old precedent instructing courts to defer to federal agencies' interpretations of ambiguous statutes would lead judges [...]
2nd Circ. Sinks TransPerfect's Trade Secrets Appeal
The Second Circuit on Wednesday refused to revive TransPerfect Global Inc.'s trade secrets suit against rival translation company Lionbridge Technologies Inc., saying there wasn't enough [...]
Nonprofit Launches Certification For Non-Infringing AI Models
Fairly Trained, a nonprofit founded by former Stability AI vice president for audio Ed Newton-Rex, announced Wednesday that it has created a stamp of approval [...]
PTAB Nixes Seagen Cancer Drug IP After Daiichi Verdict
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has said Daiichi Sankyo was able to show that the challenged claims of a Seagen cancer drug patent, which [...]
Colo. Court Chides Bong Maker Over 'Chaotic' Litigation
A California-based bong maker can no longer pursue simultaneously roughly four dozen trademark infringement cases against head shops in Colorado after its "chaotic" and "disorganized" approach [...]
2nd Circ. Vacates Social Media Ownership Order In Bridal Suit
The Second Circuit partially revived a trademark suit on Wednesday against a "Say Yes to the Dress" bridal designer, vacating a lower court's order modification [...]
Music Co. Says Sheet Music Shouldn't Protect Ed Sheeran
A buyer of music songwriting rights has pushed back against arguments from pop star Ed Sheeran that allegedly copied musical elements were not infringing because [...]
6 Important Steps in Trade Marking a Brand Name

5th December 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

It is essential for every business to trade mark their...

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Mars Touchdown – WISH YOU WERE HERE!

30th November 2018 Space | LARA ALEXANDRA

First Mission to Mars in 6 Years It was an...

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How Do I Create a Successful Start Up?

29th November 2018 Startups | LARA ALEXANDRA

Starting Off Right   Like most processes – beginning a...

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How to Register Your Brand on Amazon Brand Registry

26th November 2018 E-Commerce | SAM GILBERT

What is Amazon Brand Registry? Amazon Brand Registry is a...

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How do I use Trade Mark Symbols?

23rd November 2018 Trade Marks | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

The owner of a trade mark is typically asserting trade...

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Is My Trade Mark Too Descriptive?

19th November 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Descriptive Trade Marks   The function of a trade mark...

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A ‘Good Faith’ Defence to Trade Mark Infringement

16th November 2018 Trade Marks | SAM GILBERT

There are several defences that can be useful in mounting...

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Australian Data Summit 2018

13th November 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Facebook scandal. Cambridge Analytica scandal. Establishment of Europe’s General Data...

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Cracking the Trade Mark Game of Thrones Legal Protection Code

11th November 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Trade Mark Protection  What many don’t know about the world...

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What Is Trade Mark Infringement?

8th November 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

What is a trade mark? A trade mark is a...

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Drones Workshop, Fly Before You Buy!

5th November 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Businesses across different industries now realise that drones, or also...

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Knock Off No-No’s – Dangers Of Counterfeit Goods

2nd November 2018 Copyright | Lara Alexandra

Fake Products  Knock-off products refer to replicas made by manufacturers...

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