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Trademarks Comparative Guide
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of United States, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
United States
9 Oct 2019
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Yosemite Trademark Settlement Restores Historic Names To Park Venues, Returns Control Of Marks To US Government
Several Yosemite National Park facilities will regain their iconic names through a settlement announced July 15, 2019, between the National Park Service and its former concessionaire, ending a dispute that provides ...
United States
24 Jul 2019
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Supreme Court Rejects Ban On 選mmoral' And 全candalous' Trademarks
The US Supreme Court agreed in a unanimous opinion.
United States
28 Jun 2019
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United States
23 May 2019
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Supreme Court: Trademark Licenses Survive Bankruptcy
The Bankruptcy Court approved the rejection and held that the rejection terminated Mission Product's right to use the marks.
United States
22 May 2019
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Today's Supreme Court Oral Argument In Tempnology Is Over And Here's What We Learned
In short, those looking for a clear signal how the Court will rule are going to be disappointed.
United States
22 Feb 2019
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Rejection Time: On February 20th The Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument On The Big Question In The Tempnology Case Does A Trademark Licensee Lose Its Rights Upon Rejection?
The Big Question. What is the effect of rejection of a trademark license by a debtor-licensor? Over the past few years, this blog has followed the Tempnology case out of New Hampshire raising just that issue.
United States
14 Feb 2019
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SCOTUS To Decide If Ban On Scandalous Trademarks Is Unconstitutional
On January 4, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear the United States Patent and Trademark Office's ("USPTO") appeal of In re Brunetti, 877 F.3d 1330 (Fed. Cir. 2017).
United States
23 Jan 2019
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Goodbye NAFTA, Hello USMCA: A New Framework For Investment, IP And The Digital Economy
The new United States Mexico Canada Agreement announced on October 1, 2018, will replace the North America Free Trade Agreement and significantly alter the legal framework of what has arguably been ...
United States
18 Oct 2018
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What Happens To Your IP Rights After A "No Deal" Brexit?
On 24 September 2018, the UK Government outlined its position on how the various IP rights will be treated following "Brexit Day" planned for 29 March 2019, in the unlikely event that the United Kingdom leaves the European Union in a "No Deal Brexit."
UK
12 Oct 2018
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Trademark Licensees Take Note: The Supreme Court Might Review The Tempnology Decision And Whether A Licensee Can Keep Trademark Rights After Rejection
The twists and turns of the In re Tempnology LLC bankruptcy case have been a frequent subject on this blog for good reason.
United States
9 Aug 2018
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Despite Podcast's Popularity, "SERIAL" Trademark Registration Denied As Generic
Most everybody knows about "Serial," the award-winning investigative journalism podcast that tells a story in serial form.
United States
4 Apr 2018
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Appeals Court Clarifies Test For Trademark Dilution; Holds 撤erfumeBay Dilutes eBay Trademark
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued an important ruling on November 5, 2007 on how similar trademarks must be for there to be trademark dilution, in a victory for eBay Inc. against online perfume seller PerfumeBay.com, Inc.
United States
9 Nov 2007
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New Patent Rules Limiting Continued Examination Filings And Limiting The Number Of Claims In An Application
On August 21, 2007, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (鍍he PTO) published the long-awaited rules aimed at limiting continuing application filings and request for continued examination filings.
United States
14 Sep 2007
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Another Court Follows The Footstar Decision On Assumption Of IP Licenses In Bankruptcy
Intellectual property licenses continue to be significant to companies across a wide range of industries. This fact makes their treatment in business bankruptcy cases a topic of keen interest.
United States
13 Sep 2007
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New Patent Office Rules For Petitions For Accelerated Examination
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has recently revised the requirements for filing petitions for accelerated examination and other petitions to make special. The new requirements became effective on August 26, 2006. Under the new rules, an applicant will be required to provide additional information with the petition for accelerated examination, and comply with revised procedures throughout the examination process.
United States
31 Oct 2006
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The Public Awaits New Rules Limiting Continued Examination Filings And Limiting The Initial Examination Of Claims
On January 3, 2006, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (the PTO) proposed new rules aimed at limiting continued examination filings (71 Fed. Reg. 48) and limiting the number of claims that will receive an initial examination for patentability (71 Fed. Reg. 61).
United States
12 Oct 2006
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Congress Passes Law Relaxing Standard For Federal Trademark Dilution
On September 25, 2006 Congress passed a bill to help protect famous brands from being "diluted", or becoming less distinctive, through use on unrelated products like "Buick aspirin" or "DuPont shoes." The Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006, H.R. 683, expected to be signed into law shortly, replaces the current requirement of "actual dilution" with "likelihood of dilution"洋aking it easier for owners of famous trademarks to pursue claims for dilution.
United States
27 Sep 2006
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Public Awaits New Rules Limiting Continued Examination Filings And Limiting The Initial Examination Of Claims
On January 3, 2006, the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("the PTO") proposed new rules aimed at limiting continued examination filings (71 Fed. Reg. 48) and limiting the number of claims that will receive an initial examination for patentability (71 Fed. Reg. 61).
United States
 
6 Sep 2006
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.eu Domains - Businesses established or based in the EU have another country-code domain name to consider
The .eu domain name ending is being added to the ever increasing list of country-code top level domain names. EURid, the organizer of the new European Union domain name, has announced there will be a four-month "Sunrise Period" for pre-registration commencing December 7, 2005. "Regular"registration, open to the EU public, will be available beginning April 7, 2006.
United States
7 Nov 2005
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