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By Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
The Patents Ombudsman provides assistance to applicants and attorneys throughout the application process including initial filing...
By Anthony Del Monaco
Patents Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of United States, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Jessica L. Hannah, Margaret Esquenet
Since the 1989 case of Rogers v. Grimaldi, 875 F.2d 994 (2d Cir. 1989), courts have applied the Rogers test when an artistic work is alleged to have infringed...
By Michelle (Yongyuan) Rice, Sydney Kestle
In Curver Luxembourg, SARL v. Home Expressions Inc., No. 2018-2214 (Fed. Cir. Sep. 12, 2019), the Federal Circuit held claim language could limit the scope of a design
By Doris Johnson Hines, Michele Bosch, Rajeev Gupta, Laura Johnson
During the 2019 IPBC Global conference in Boston, worldwide leaders in the legal, corporate and academic fields convened with Finnegan attorneys for a boardroom discussion
By Michelle (Yongyuan) Rice, Sydney Kestle
In Henny Penny Corp. v. Frymaster LLC, No. 2018-1596 (Fed. Cir. Sep. 12, 2019), the Federal Circuit held the Board did not abuse its discretion in rejecting a petitioner's obviousness theory ...
By Benjamin Tookey, Margaret Esquenet
The Court of Federal Claims ("CFC") recently held that claims of copyright infringement related to the distribution and display of a photograph posted online in 2004
By Brooke M. Wilner, Samhitha Muralidhar
The Federal Circuit took what it called an "unusual" step in Campbell Soup Co. v. Gamon Plus, Inc., Nos. 2018-2029, 2018-2030 (Fed. Cir. Sep. 26, 2019)
By Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
New applications ordinarily are taken up for examination in the order of their effective United States filing dates.
By Brett Heavner, Jonathan Uffelman
Trademark law serves two purposes. It protects the consuming public from confusion and counterfeits, as well as a brand owner's investment in valuable brand names.
By Pejmon Pashai, Caitlin E. O'Connell
The Court has been asked to consider whether the PTAB has the discretion to properly disregard evidence that is deficient in certain technical requirements.
By Michelle (Yongyuan) Rice, Sydney Kestle
In Board of Regents of the University of Texas System v. Boston Scientific Corporation, No. 2018-1700 (Fed. Cir. Sept. 5, 2019), ...
By Brian Kacedon, Adriana Burgy, Marcus A.R. Childress, Samhitha Muralidhar, Ji-Hye (Christina) Yang
In this Q&A, Finnegan attorneys Brian Kacedon, Adriana Burgy, Marcus Childress, Samhitha Medatia, and Christina Yang provide an overview of intellectual property laws and regulations
By Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
Effective September 3, 2019, the limit on the number of prioritized examination requests (i.e., Track One requests)
By Morgan Smith, Margaret Esquenet
Last month, the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) found that the mark BIG SIX was generic for wine and upheld the Examining Attorney's refusal to register the mark as a result.
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