Topic: trademark litigation

JD Supra Corporate Brief: JPMorgan Fine, Volcker Rule, Computer Fraud, Nondiscrimination Tests

Pity the lowly Thursday, sandwiched between Hump Day and TGIF, the day everyone wants to get through so they can start the weekend. But Thursday it is – until tomorrow at least – and that means another JD Supra Corporate Brief: JPMorgan has agreed to pay more than $2 billion for its role in Bernie… 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 »