Perspectives on Trademark
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In a precedential opinion issued by the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board in In re Texas With Love, LLC (Serial No. 87793802) (Oct. 29, 2020), the applicant, Texas with Love, LLC, sought registration for the mark TEXAS LOVE for “hats; shirts” in International Class 25.
Last week, electric automaker Tesla, Inc. launched its own brand of liquor, “Tesla Tequila,” with supplies selling out almost instantaneously. A team from Arent Fox advised Tesla on all legal aspects.
Please join Octane5 in a Licensing Fireside Chat with Arent Fox Intellectual Property Partner Pamela M. Deese as they discuss strategies for avoiding long-term negative consequences of short-term thinking.
Twenty-four Arent Fox LLP practices have been recognized in the 2021 “Best Law Firms” rankings that are published annually by US News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
It has been over six years since Converse first filed its headline-grabbing International Trade Commission complaint against over thirty rival footwear companies, claiming infringement of its Chuck Taylor sneaker design.
In 2014, Farmacy Beauty, a New Jersey limited liability company, began to develop a line of skin care products. In 2015, Farmacy began selling its EYE DEW eye cream product after being informed by a copywriter that EYE DEW was likely available for use based on online searches.
Arent Fox Trademark Partner Ricardo Fischer will host the first ONEonONE Series for the Asociación Interamericana de la Propiedad Intelectual (ASIPI).
Half-Baked: DC Circuit Rejects &pizza’s Attempt to Extend Territorial Reach of Copyright Act and Lanham Act to UK
The DC Circuit recently affirmed dismissal of IMAPizza’s copyright and trademark infringement lawsuit against At Pizza, Ltd.
The United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) recently affirmed a refusal to register a trademark for “hemp oil extracts” when used as an ingredient in dietary supplements.
The Supreme Court finds that a “generic.com” mark can be a protectable trademark if there is evidence that consumers recognize it as a source indicator, i.e., the mark has achieved secondary meaning in association with the involved goods or services.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is offering prioritized examination for trademark and service mark applications covering goods and services that offer COVID-19 relief.
Arent Fox LLP is pleased to announce the return of litigator Eric Roman. A Counsel in the New York office, Eric advises clients on technology and intellectual property disputes as well as complex commercial litigation, investigations, and regulatory compliance.
The 2020 edition of Legal 500 US has rated 43 Arent Fox LLP attorneys as national leaders in their field. In addition, 14 of the firm’s practice areas were ranked among the best in the country.
Arent Fox is pleased to announce that Firmwide Managing Partner Cristina A. Carvalho and Complex Litigation Partner Hunter T. Carter have once again been named to Latinvex’s Top 100 Lawyers list.
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court unanimously sided with fashion brand Lucky Brand Dungarees, Inc. (LB) resolving its decades-old dispute with Marcel Fashion Group, Inc. (Marcel).
Supreme Court Holds First of Its Kind Hearing To Decide: Can BOOKING.COM Be a Protectable Trademark?
In a first of its kind event, on May 4, 2020, the Supreme Court heard arguments-by-telephone, complete with apparent unintentional uses of the mute button, a pitfall many Americans can relate to as of late.
Supreme Court Holds Willful Trademark Infringement Not Required for Disgorgement of Fossil’s Profits
Is a plaintiff in a trademark infringement suit required to show that a defendant willfully infringed the plaintiff’s trademark as a precondition to an award of defendant’s profits?
Most users of social media simply do not appreciate the risks involved in using the platform for its intended purposes—the mass dissemination of content. Indeed, among the benefits and drawbacks of social media is one surety—its significant and rapidly evolving role in facilitating the distribution
Slowly Resolving the Uncertainty Surrounding Tattoos and Copyright Law: Solid Oak Sketches V. 2k Games and Take-Two
Although it is generally accepted that tattoos are copyrightable, one of the only definitive judicial statements on the issue came by way of a preliminary injunction hearing in 2011 involving Mike Tyson’s famous tribal face tattoo, wherein Judge Perry of the Eastern District of Missouri stated, “
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently ruled that color marks can be inherently distinctive when applied to product packaging trade dress. The CAFC upends a long-held understanding that color marks can never be inherently distinctive. Although such marks are considered inherently d
Pending Congressional Bill Would Create Potential Liability For E-Commerce Sites Selling Certain Dangerous Counterfeits
A recently-proposed bipartisan federal bill (SHOP SAFE Act of 2020) would create contributory liability for e-commerce platforms that fail to take steps to limit third-party sales of dangerous counterfeit products.
As local and national governments take measures to combat the spread of COVID-19, patent, trademark and copyright owners are facing potential difficulties with meeting prosecution and dispute deadlines.