As part of Fross Zelnick’s quarterly CLE series, Laura Popp-Rosenberg and Todd Martin conducted a CLE entitled Online Threats: Strategies to Identify, Report, and Prevent Infringing Content and Phishing, in which they discussed how bad actors frequently appropriate intellectual property,More
As in previous years, Chambers Global‘s 2021 edition gave Fross Zelnick its highest ranking – Band 1 – in in the category of Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets.
Chambers Global ranks the top lawyers and law firms in over 200 jurisdictions across the world,More
In its 2021 edition, World Trademark Review’s WTR 1000 once again praised Fross Zelnick while ranking the firm at the top in both the Prosecution and Strategy as well as the Enforcement and Litigation categories, and listing 19 Fross Zelnick partners among the best.More
Allison Strickland Ricketts participated in a live Strafford webinar “Refusal of Trademark Registration.” The webinar focused on refusals NOT based on likelihood of confusion or descriptiveness, but will include matters involving suspensions, specimens, domicile addresses, post-registration audits, and disclaimers. More
On February 6, Craig Mende served as an oral argument judge in the Eastern Regional portion of the International Trademark Association’s Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, the premiere trademark moot court competition in the United States. Due to the pandemic, this year’s competition was held in virtual courtrooms.More
In its article about higher USPTO fees that will go into effect January 2, 2021, Managing IP quotes Allison Strickland Ricketts, saying that, although she understands the reasoning behind it, the increase to file oppositions and cancellations is steep. She also said that it’s good news that that the USPTO did not impose the proposed $400 fee to file a request for reconsideration.More
At the INTA Annual Meeting & Leadership Meeting, James Weinberger moderated the panel entitled Brand Authenticity: Reacting to Social Movements Quickly and Appropriately. The panel discussed issues related to the intersection of trademark practice and social movements and the unique challenge lawyers face in advising their clients.More