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Preliminary injunction denied in trademark dispute between breweries named for ocean currents. LOW TIDE v. TIDELAND
A trademark is something that a producer of goods or services uses to distinguish their products in the marketplace. Anything that serves the purpose of
Copyright law and software are like oil and water. If you shake them up, they will mix for a while, but over time they will
When an inventor seeks a patent, the invention must meet several requirements for a patent to be granted but the fundamental requirements are that the
Jury not given the definition of “willful” $95 million trademark judgement vacated. VARIETY v. WALMART
A trademark is something that tells consumers who produced a product. A trademark can be registered to strengthened the rights associated with the trademark, but
A copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to the creator of an original work of expression. Copyright law protects original works of expression
A patent is not immune from review after it is granted. If a member of the public discovers prior art which would anticipate (35 U.S.C.
Trademark law draws its strength from consumer protection laws. The rationale for granting a trademark user the exclusive right to brand goods with a trademark
United States copyright law uses the phrase, original works of authorship, to describe what is protected by copyright law. This phrase is given an expansive meaning