I read an article about a trademark/copyright lawsuit in Puerto Rico over the “Pechu Sandwich” which is a sandwich sold by Church’s Chicken on the island.
As reported in Law 360 and other outlets, the First Circuit has ruled that a chicken sandwich, no matter how amazingly delicious it may be, cannot be copyrighted.
Are cheerleading uniforms truly cheerleading uniforms without the stripes, chevrons, zigzags, and color blocks? That is the question that strikes at the heart of this appeal.
A little known fact is that U.S.-based applicants can file a Madrid application that relies on either a registration on the Principal or Supplemental register.
Are Apple and Swatch on a trademark collision course? Some think so, but some think different(ly). We will see in time.
I occasionally hear an inventor or businessperson talk about how his or her company has a “global patent” or an “international patent.”
Concerned (or Not) That the Same Three-judge Panel Makes the IPR Institution Decision and Conducts the Trial? the USPTO Wants to Hear from You.
On Tuesday, August 25, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) opened for public comment a proposed pilot program for inter-partes review proceedings (IPRs), one of the patent post-grant review proceedings made available under the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.
I bleed black and gold, but Vanderbilt is not the only school that I support. I also have a soft spot in my heart for the University of Maryland.
Earlier this week, Madden NFL 16 was released.