For the 13th time in 14 years, Fross Zelnick was named Trademark Firm of the Year by Who’s Who Legal. Lawyers recognized by the publication were Lawrence Apolzon, Robert Becker, Stephen Bigger, Cara Boyle,More
David Donahue and Sean F. Harb were among the authors of the U.S. Supreme Court brief submitted by the International Trademark Association (INTA) as amicus curiae in Romag Fasteners Inc. v. Fossil Inc. INTA’s brief argues that while willfulness is an important equitable factor in determining whether to require a trademark infringer to disgorge profits,More
1. All Applicants/Registrants — Domicile Information (required now).
The USPTO now requires all applicants and registrants to provide their physical street address in order to establish their “domicile.” The USPTO requires domicile information even if the trademark owner is represented by counsel. Domicile is defined as the permanent legal place of residence of a natural person or the principal place of business of a juristic entity.More