September 14, 2017

“DENTAL EMPORIUM” FOUND NOT TO BE GENERIC OF RETAIL SERVICES OFFERING DENTAL SUPPLIES

Usage of a trademark in the relevant industry is an important factor to determine whether the term would be found to be generic. In a non-precedential […]
November 9, 2015

Blurred Lines Verdict Explained in Depth

Back in March, a Los Angeles jury awarded Marvin Gaye’s heirs more than $7 million for copyright infringement relating to the hit song “Blurred Lines,” co-written […]
November 9, 2015

Trademark Tips for New Companies

A trademark is any word, name, symbol, design or combination of these used in commerce to identify the manufacturer or seller of goods from others. If […]
November 9, 2015

The Patent Reform Debate Continues

Calls for patent law reform have continued to grow, while separate bills continue to make their way, concurrently, through the House and Senate. Although there are […]