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Here's When You Use a Registered Trademark Versus a Trademark Symbol

It’ll be Christmas in less than a week and for some of you designers, your desk just got more cluttered. You’re working late at nights and up as your alarm goes off the next morning. 364 more words

Graphic Design

UPDATE: Crown Royal / Diageo Claims Victory in TM Battle Against "Crown Club" Whisky

I previously wrote about an impending trial over trademark infringement and unfair competition claims asserted by Diageo North America, Inc., which owns the Canadian whisky brand “Crown Royal,” against… 135 more words

Internet Illness

I apologize that I haven’t responded to comments or interacted with those of you whose blogs I follow…I’ve taken ill. I thought it might be a 24 hour blog flu but it’s turning out to be something more serious, something that may turn out to be…terminal. 990 more words

Maya's Musings

Promega Corp. et al. v. Life Technologies Corp. et al.


Docket No. 2013-1011, -1029, -1376

PROST(D), MAYER, CHEN
December 15, 2014

Brief Summary: Promega’s patents found not to enable full scope of claims. Infringement under § 271(f)(1) does not require third party and can be based on a single component of a combination as long as it constitutes a substantial portion of the patented invention. 758 more words

Infringement

Delhi High Court bans sales/import Xiaomi devices in India

The world’s fastest growing mobile brand Xiaomi, which made an impressive entry into India with its Mi3 handset in July this year, has now been barred from importing and/or selling its devices in India over an alleged patent infringement, for the time being. 331 more words

Apple

Adwords battle continues

We’re all familiar with sponsored links on Google and other search engines. But what happens if a business buys your trade mark as a keyword (or… 582 more words

Alex Weston

Appeals Court Due to Take Up Apple-Samsung Case on Thursday

After arguing in district court in San Jose for what seems like a decade now, the Apple-Samsung court battle is moving into the appellate realm. 308 more words

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