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Trademark Litigation

Netflix Bandersnatch Likely to Confuse?

Written by Samie Leigh A recent lawsuit filed in Vermont against Netflix claims that Netflix’s interactive film Bandersnatch is likely …

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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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