Many of you may have heard recently that (in)famous dictator and all-around terrible (misunderstood?) person Manuel Noriega has sued Activision.
In Align Technology, Inc. v. International Trade Commission, the Federal Circuit held that ITC action that violated ITC’s own regulations warranted vacatur under the Administrative Procedures Act.
The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board is quick to throw the flag — just ask the NFL and New York Giants.
On July 18th a U.K. judge ruled that Twentieth Century Fox Films must change the name of its television show, “Glee”, because it infringes the name of a chain of British comedy clubs named “The Glee Club.”
Name three completely unrelated things you love. Any three. Now imagine those unrelated things coming together to do something incredible (sorry, Doritos Locos Tacos are only two things). Well, that’s just happened to me.
hortly after its highly publicized loss before the US Supreme Court, which appeared to doom its over-the-air television Internet streaming business, New York-based Aereo shifted to a new legal strategy which it hopes will save its business from extinction.
Nonprofits walk a fine line between wanting everyone to feel a part of the mission without allowing everyone to use its trademarks resulting in dilution or infringement of the brand.
The following is a blog post by Varun Shah, Aruba Network’s Director, Intellectual Property — full disclosure, I previously represented Aruba.
Court of Justice of the European Union Opens the Door to Registering the Layout of a Retail Store As a Trademark
In its decision of 10 July 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) confirmed that it is, in principle, possible to register the layout of a retail store as a trade mark for retail services – read the decision here.