Topic: Brand Protection

JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Antitrust, EPA Updates, Ethics Lessons, Japanese Mushrooms

Sign up for email delivery of the JD Supra Corporate Brief. It’s as easy as click, type, send… Here’s an excellent overview of antitrust and competition law enforcement in China last year… (Simon Baxter, Frederic Depoortere, David Foster, and Sharis Pozen at Skadden Arps) Three ways the EPA is celebrating the New Year… (Corporate Law… Read more »

5 IP Issues to Watch in 2014

How to get a better handle on the issues that will shape the intellectual property landscape in the coming year? Read what experts are writing on JD Supra: 1. Patent trolls: The debate over patent trolls – non-practicing entities that file lawsuits in an attempt to collect licensing fees on technologies that they themselves do not… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Golden Cybersecurity Rules, California Whistleblower Protections, CyptoLocker Ransom Threats, EU Merger Review

Start your week off on the right foot: large coffee, cherry Danish, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Five golden rules for avoiding cybersecurity coal in your SEC comment letter stocking in 2014… (Adam Veness at Mintz Levin) Happy New Year, California whistleblowers… (Keith Goodwin and Laura Reathaford at Proskauer) How to protect your brand… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Whistleblower Lawsuits, Patent Trolls, Argentinian Shale, China Trademarks

Monday morning blues? The JD Supra Corporate Brief – along with a good cup of coffee and a cherry danish – will put that smile back on your face: The SEC will pay an unidentified whistleblower $14 million for a tip that recovered substantial investor funds… (Latham & Watkins) What’s new in the fight against… Read more »

Trademark Clearinghouse for Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) Launches March 26, 2013 – FAQ

[Link: gTLD Update for February 2013 – Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C.] “The universe of generic top-level domains (gTLDs), currently limited to about a dozen gTLDs such as .com, .net, and .org, will likely explode later this year, as some of the more than 1000 potential new gTLDs are rolled out, including vanity TLDs,… Read more »

You Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine – Why gTLD Reveal Day Matters to You

All businesses should be interested in “Reveal Day” – June 13, 2012 – when the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) makes public more than 1,900 applications for generic top-level domain (gTLD) names. The publication of the applied-for domain names – along with the entities trying to obtain them – begins a 60-day… Read more »

IP Law Roundup: Google Adwords Redux, Louis Vuitton & UPENN & Hyundai, USPTO Pilot Program, Malpractice Claims…

We’ve been itching to put together a new roundup of Intellectual Property Law advisories — a number of interesting updates have passed through JD Supra over the last few days and we’ve wanted to capture them for you. But before we get on with it, let’s all say out loud together (speak up in the… Read more »

Brand Protection in the News: 5 Interesting Trademark Law Updates

For your interest, here are five noteworthy trademark law updates touching upon always-important issues of Brand Protection: 1. .XXX marks the spot: you’ve got less than two months to stop your brand from becoming the star of an adult entertainment site. “ICM Registry, the company tapped by ICANN to manage the .XXX domain registry, will start… Read more »