The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has clarified the basis for registration of trademarks for software where the software is “merely the conduit through which” the mark’s owner renders its online retail services.
Intellectual Property Litigation in Virginia's Rocket Docket
“Patent Trolls,” or non-practicing entities that buy up patents with the expectation of litigating their way to profit, have been targeting software and computer hardware compan
The application window for new gTLDs closed on Wednesday night, May 30, and ICANN has set the "Reveal" day for June 13, which will also start the application comment and objection period as well.
A few registrars have announced which domain extensions they hope to offer:
ICANN Reopens gTLD Application System May 21-30
Big “Reveal” and Opportunity to Object Follow in June
Can a would-be trademark-infringer evade the trademark laws by superimposing facsimiles of two different trademarks of the same company into a single combined image, and maintaining that the combined image is legally distinguishable from the true ones? The answer, thankfully, is no.
In a widely anticipated decision announced on April 9, 2012, a panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upended the final judgment in Rosetta Stone