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SCHEME FOR FACILITATING START-UPS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION (SIPP)

Shreya Seth is an  associate with Seth Dua and Associates, Noida. An alumni of Symbiosis Law School, Noida she specializes on handling matters related to Intellectual Property… 338 more words

Intellectual Property

The University of Alabama Throws a Penalty Flag on the Use of Houndstooth Logo

By Will Gibbons

Few college football coaches can claim both a legendary record and a unique choice of headwear in the way the late University of Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant can. 385 more words

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Michael Kors Cancels Membership in International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition

China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., became the first e-tailer to join International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC)—exclusively dedicated to combating product counterfeiting and piracy—under its new category for “intermediaries”. 421 more words

Business Of Fashion

REDSKINS EYES SUPREME COURT TO OVERTURN TRADEMARK DISPARAGEMENT RULING

To update my earlier blog  concerning whether Section 2 (a) of the Lanham Act, 1946, which restricts federal registration of trademarks  found to be scandalous or disparaging, will withstand challenges to its constitutionality, the Redskins football team has raised the ante by its unusual petition to the Supreme Court. 130 more words

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Brief IP news

1. EU invest in digital future of European industry. More information here.

2. China tightens music copyright protection. More information here.

3. Helpful tips for identifying and developing potentially valuable patents. 17 more words

Washington Redskins’ Hail Mary Pass: Petition SCOTUS to Sack USPTO

INITIAL CALL ON THE FIELD

In June 2014, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) stripped the Washington Redskins (Washington) of their federal trademarks, finding the term “Redskins” was disparaging under Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act. 256 more words

Court Cases

Washington Redskins Also Petition Supreme Court To Hear Trademark Appeal

Last week, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office petitioned the Supreme Court to chime in on a case involving the trademark application for a rock band with a racially charged name. 494 more words