Topic: trademark infringement

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 »

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 »

SCOTUS Says Nike’s Promise to Not Sue Renders Trademark Lawsuit Unnecessary

Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a promise not to sue a competitor for infringing its trademark means that Nike won’t have to face a lawsuit challenging the validity of that mark. Michael Boudett of law firm Foley Hoag explains: “Nike, having sued competitor Already LLC for infringing its marks, later issued… Read more »

IP Law News: Latest Need-to-Know from JD Supra

For your reference, a roundup of recent updates on intellectual property law issues in the news: design patents, the patentability of genetic material, trademark disputes, and more. You should know: On Design Patents… The Future of Design Patents (Sterne Kessler): Attorney Tracy-Gene G. Durkin’s take on what the future may hold for design patents. Is… Read more »