By James Tuck Deckers Outdoor Corp. (Deckers), the owners of the well-known, federally registered trademark for sheepskin boots, “UGG,” recently scored a major victory over
If you’ve taken the time and effort to create a website in a competitive industry and your trademark is arguably close to an industry competitor,
The Supreme Court unanimously found that a Minute Maid juice product of The Coca-Cola Company, labeled in large type as “Pomegranate Blueberry,” and depicting a
When a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff must provide the factual and legal basis for the claims to avoid the case being dismissed. How much
The Southern District of Florida recently dismissed a cybersquatting case we had on behalf of one of our clients. The judge agreed with our argument
By Vincent Allen and PJ Putnam
With the use of search engines by consumers to find products and websites becoming more prominent, search engine optimization has become an important part of the marketing plan for large and small businesses alike. For those companies that do not want to take the time or put in the effort to improve their SEO for certain keywords organically, purchasing keywords, also known as Adwords, from Google or other search engines can put a website on the first page of search results for a particular keyword overnight. By “purchasing,” we mean the submission of the high bid for the use of a keyword or campaign for a specific time period and geographic location.