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Supreme Court Holds That Bankrupt Trademark Licensors Cannot Terminate Licensee's Rights
The Supreme Court recently held that if a bankrupt trademark licensor rejects a trademark licensing agreement during bankruptcy proceedings the
United States
16 Jul 2019
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Trademark Licenses Survive Bankruptcy, Says The Supreme Court
Can a trademark licensee continue using a licensed trademark (legally, that is) even after the licensor has declared bankruptcy and—as allowed by the Bankruptcy Code
United States
13 Jun 2019
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Revealing The Hidden Menace
In a victory for trademark owners, cybersquatters may no longer be able to hide behind the bankruptcy laws.
United States
12 Mar 2008
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Recent Decisions In The United States: A Recurring Feature
Generally, only the owner of a patent may bring a suit for patent infringement. A licensee may bring suit, however, if the rights they have been granted are tantamount to an assignment of the patent. In order to determine whether a license agreement should be treated as an assignment, the courts look to whether the licensee has been granted "all substantial rights" in the patent.
United States
2 Feb 2007
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