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Default Determination Highlights The Importance Of Alleging Every Element
A recent ITC decision, stemming from a default initial determination, underscores the importance of alleging every element in a complaint.
United States
11 Jul 2017
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Trademark Licensees Beware: The Hypothetical Test Lives On In The Third Circuit
Trademark licensees that file for bankruptcy protection face uncertainty concerning their ability to continue using trademarks that are crucial to their businesses.
United States
29 May 2015
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German Court Holds That Umbrella Trademarks Are Permissible For Some Pharmaceutical Products
Last month, the German Federal Administrative Court issued a decision holding that, under certain circumstances, umbrella trademarks may be used for a portfolio of pharmaceutical products...
Germany
27 May 2015
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Tafas v. Doll: The Federal Circuit Concludes That USPTO Rules Are Procedural, Continuation Rules Are Invalid, And Limits On RCES/Claims Are Permissible
On March 20, 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (the "Federal Circuit") issued a 2–1 panel decision holding that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's (the "USPTO") final rules published on August 21, 2007, regarding continuation applications and examination of claims were procedural, that the continuation rules were invalid as inconsistent with section 120 of the Patent Act, and that the USPTO's limits placed on the filing of Requests for Continued Examinations
United States
22 Apr 2009
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