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Are You Culpable for Trademark Infringement?

If you advertise, post, share, compare, promote, or influence products or services, this question may be at the forefront of your legal concerns. The progression of social media as a prominent marketplace and advertising medium has created new concerns regarding the legalities of trademark protection and trademark infringement. 440 more words

Trademark for Photographers

What is Trademark?

A trademark is a source identifier in the form of any indicia (sign, design or expression) that is capable of distinguishing a product/service of a certain company or person from the products of others. 1,179 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Trademark for Photographers

What is Trademark?

A trademark is a source identifier in the form of any indicia (sign, design or expression) that is capable of distinguishing a product/service of a certain company or person from the products of others. 1,184 more words

Photography & Law

What’s Happening in Technology, Intellectual Property & Contracts – August 2020

Intellectual Property – Copyright

UMG Recordings, Inc. v. Kurbanov, No. 19-1124 (4th Cir. 2020)

In this appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to the Fourth Circuit, decided on June 26, 2020, the question before the court was whether the defendant, Tofig Kurbanov, d/b/a flvto.biz, a/k/a 2conv.com , was subject to specific personal jurisdiction based on a copyright infringement claim. 1,787 more words

Intellectual Property

IPSC, Trademark

IPSC – Trademark Law I

Moderator: Mark McKenna

Trademark Depletion in a Global, Multilingual Economy: Evidence
from the European Union (abstract)

Jeanne Fromer and Barton Beebe, NYU School of Law… 4,144 more words

The Power of .com in Securing Federal Trademark Rights

On June 30, 2020, the United States Supreme Court, in an opinion authored by Justice Ginsburg in “United States Patent and Trademark Office v. 781 more words

Business Litigation

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Public Perception Determines Trademark Eligibility – It May Affect How You Protect Your Brand Online

On June 30, 2020, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B.V., that it is possible for a generic word combined with “.com” to receive a federally protectable trademark. 965 more words

Intellectual Property