We often hear concerns with the ability or the willingness of the courts to handle sophisticated patent cases. While we feel the concern is overstated, there are legitimate concerns.
Previously we’ve discussed Hooli’s reverse engineering of Pied Piper’s technology and the threatened lawsuit for ownership of the technology.
Do you remember the song “September” ?
Found this at a great blog (pirated thoughts), which features all sorts of exciting developments in the world of comic book trademark law.
Cindy Lee Garcia agreed to act in the film, “Desert Warrior.” The film’s producer dubbed blasphemous language into Garcia’s part and renamed the film “Innocence of Muslims.”
Judge Kendall granted defendants’ motion to stay this patent litigation pending the Patent Office’s (“PTO”) Covered Business Method Review (“CBM”) of at least four of plaintiff Trading Technologies’ (“TT”) fifteen patents-in-suit involving futures trading software.
Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Puma, and other brands owned by the French company Kering SA filed a lawsuit last week in New York, alleging that the Chinese online giant Alibaba Group knowingly let counterfeit goods be advertised and sold on its website to United States customers.
Battles continue to wage over use of the “Navajo” and “Navaho” marks in New Mexico federal court. The Navajo Nation (“the Nation”) sued Urban Outfitters and its subsidiaries, including one of my favorite retailers, Anthropologie, (collectively “Urban Outfitters”) in 2012.
Those involved in technology deals express differing views on source code escrow.