Fross Zelnick partner Lydia T. Gobena spoke with Managing IP‘s Rani Mehta about how law firms can attract and secure clients at conferences, like the International Trademark Association (INTA) annual meeting and other smaller events. The article “Stand Out and Get Involved:More
Fross Zelnick partner Lydia T. Gobena spoke to Managing IP about potential trademark infringement claims and legal challenges that could stem from Twitter’s recent announcement of their rebrand to X Corp. According to trademark experts, choosing the letter ‘X’ as the new logo could expose the company to lawsuits from businesses that already own the rights to an ‘X’More
Richard Z. Lehv was quoted in Law360‘s article “The Biggest Trademark Decisions Of 2023: A Midyear Report” regarding the case of Abitron Austria GmbH et al. v. Hetronic International Inc. This June decision by the Supreme Court invalidated a $96 million award against Hetronic Germany and its affiliates.More
Law360 quoted Fross Zelnick Senior Litigation Counsel Richard Z. Lehv recently on his thoughts about two significant developments in trademark law. In one, Richard discusses the recent TTAB decision on the “Rapunzel” trademark challenge, emphasizing the requirement for commercial injury in trademark oppositions.More
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International Comparative Legal Guides tapped Fross Zelnick’s Karen Lim and Richard Z. Lehv to contribute the United States chapter of their 12th edition of “Trademark Laws and Regulations 2023” guide. In this chapter, Karen and Richard cover fundamental issues in USA trademark laws and regulations,More
Fross Zelnick partner James D. Weinberger recently moderated the panel “Blurred Lines – Five Years Down the Line” for the New York chapter of The Copyright Society. This engaging conversation delved into the aftermath of the Ninth Circuit’s landmark 2018 decision in Williams v.More