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Trademark Litigation

Is “UGG” Generic? Understanding the Doctrine of Foreign Equivalents

Deckers Outdoor Corp. (Deckers), the owners of the well-known, federally registered trademark for sheepskin boots, “UGG,” recently scored a major …

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Judge Alan Albright

Judge Albright Orders Intra-district Transfer to Austin Division for Amazon and Whole Foods

By Vincent J. Allen. Judge Albright recently ordered transfers to the Austin Division for convenience in multiple patent infringement cases …

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Trademarks

How Can a Trademark Be Lost During the Trademark Application Process?

In the first part of this series, we discussed why a business should register their trademarks. In the second part …

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Judge Alan Albright

Waco Division Update: Albright Denies Google’s Section 101 Motion to Dismiss

  By Vincent J. Allen. As discussed in a prior post, the Waco Division of the Western District of Texas …

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Trademarks

Why Should I File for a Trademark Registration? Part One

You may be wondering why you should register your business’s trademarks.  A business’s brand and identity are two of its …

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Dallas Patent Attorneys

Texas Patent Lawyers and Agents, Second Most of Any State

By Texas patent lawyer, Vincent Allen. As of August 24, 2019, there are 12,083 registered patent agents and 35,331 registered …

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