Topic: Trademark

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: Trade Secrets, 337 Investigations, FMLA Requests, Pay Ratio

Yes, the JD Supra Corporate Brief via email sounds like a great idea. Where do I sign up? Trade secrets lawsuits can mean big money – even when they’re settled out of court… (Orrick) Hazardous products happen. The important thing is to be prepared before they do… (Perkins Coie) The ITC wants to make resolving… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Tax Transparency, Foreign Official, CEO Fraud, Financial Disaster

It’s Wednesday and the government is still shut down: you’re gonna need more coffee. And the JD Supra Corporate Brief: The G20 want greater tax transparency across the globe – but can their recommendations be put into practice? (Skadden Arps) For the first time in history, an appeals court will consider whether an employee of… 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 »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Trademarks, Offshore Wind, Mandatory Arbitration, Butterfly Effect

It’s Wednesday, and that means an extra cup of coffee for all of us here at the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Care to join us? Good news: the G20 finally agree on something. Too bad it’s about sharing tax records around the world… (BakerHostetler) China just revised its trademark law again… (Sheppard Mullin) It’s time… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Patent Trolls, Powdered Milk, FATCA Registration, George Clooney

Go on, pour yourself a nice tall mug of law news for the ride into work. You’ll be glad you did… Could it be that some patent trolls play an important role in the country’s economic growth? (Burns & Levinson) Canada is cracking down on corruption. Time to clean up your act, eh? (Morrison &… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: SEC Violations, Payday Lending, NFL Licensing, Cloud Computing

Heading back to the office on a Monday morning can be tough. That’s where coffee and the JD Supra Corporate Brief come in… It’s getting harder and harder to “neither admit nor deny” SEC violations… (Holland & Knight) The SEC has a new partner in corporate crime-fighting… (DLA Piper) New York is mounting an aggressive… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cyber Risk Insurance, UK Bribery Act, 3D Printing Battles, Undercover FBI Operation

No, you’re not dreaming: the new JD Supra Corporate Brief really is here. On the market for cyber risk insurance? This update will help (Sherman & Howard) The UK government is considering changes to the UK bribery act that would decriminalize facilitation payments for small and medium businesses (Pillsbury) A new set of US Iran… Read more »

Protecting Your Trademarks Outside the US is Getting Easier – Here’s Why

[Link: Trademark Series: Building a Global Brand – Ladas & Parry LLP] Taking a brand international means exporting the reputation you’ve built up in the US to promote your product in new countries. And that’s where things can go wrong, explains attorney Dennis Prahl from Ladas & Parry in the above video: “The last thing… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Gross Negligence, Reasonable Royalties, IP Theft, OSHA Inspections

Large coffee: $2.50. Cherry Danish: $1.75. JD Supra Corporate Brief: priceless… The judge in the recently concluded BP oil spill litigation has asked all parties to discuss gross negligence by one of the responsible parties. And that could make any damages a lot more expensive… (King, Krebs & Jurgens) The SEC recently granted Pfizer’s officers… Read more »

Latest IP Need to Know: Patent Eligibility, Nutella, Texas Trade Secrets Act, Trademark Scams, More

What’s new in intellectual property law? Plenty: patent eligibility of computer-related inventions, a uniform trade secrets act in Texas, new discovery rules for 337 investigations, trademark scams, and a whole lot more. Even Lady Gaga… First, our featured update: a sweet love story with an important message for those who might consider a trademark infringement… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Apple Taxes, Trademark Scams, Email Systems, Renewable Fuels

Of course we think you should still subscribe to a hard copy of the newspaper. How else are you going to protect your tablet if it rains? Want to be like Apple and save big money on taxes? Hire a tax attorney! (Moskowitz) This is a trademark renewal scam. Don’t fall for it (Burns &… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Workplace Harassment, Vicarious Liability, Resource Nationalism, Wild Kingdom

To go with today’s JD Supra Corporate Brief, we’d recommend a nice, full-bodied 2013 Arabica-Robusta blend from Brazil… How are companies responding to workplace harassment, discrimination and retaliation? Read this benchmark survey… (NAVEX Global) The European Union is on the cusp of implementing new rules that will require greater transparency on payments made in the… Read more »

Doing Business in China: Latest Need-to-Know from JD Supra

For your convenience, here’s a roundup of recent legal commentary and analysis on a broad range of issues facing companies doing business in and with China, on data privacy and protection, merger control regulations, employment law, intellectual property, corruption, and more: Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Issues Draft Provisions Governing Protection of Personal… Read more »