Is Your Trademark Being Knocked Off? How online consumer surveys may help your company prove trademark infringement.
Traditionally, attorneys have turned to consumer surveys to prove consumer confusion caused by infringement. The relatively recent widespread adoption of the internet has created a third option that is rapidly gaining traction in federal courts: online consumer surveys.Read MoreRead More - Is Your Trademark Being Knocked Off? How online consumer surveys may help your company prove trademark infringement.
The new patent reform legislation, the America Invents Act, includes a provision for prioritized examination of patents known as Track I. The program is only available for a maximum of 10,000 applications per fiscal year, which is about 4% of the applications filed in a given year. As of October 5, 2011 only three new Track I applications had been submitted.Read MoreRead More - Monitoring the 10,000 Application Quota for Track I Patent Examination
The first Monday in October represents the start of a new term for the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has already agreed to hear over 50 cases during the term that begins October 3, 2011. This alert highlights some of the important cases that will be presented in the next few months.Read MoreRead More - Noteworthy Cases in the United States Supreme Court’s 2011 Term
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