Tamar Niv Bessinger and Jessica Vosgerchian‘s article entitled “Responding to Surge in Fraudulent USPTO Specimens” was published in Today’s General Counsel. The article explores strategies for addressing fraudulent trademark applications that threaten to interfere with brand owner’s business.
Bloomberg Law quoted Nadine Jacobson in its article about the the recent EU General Court decision upholding the invalidity of the EU registration for a simple three-stripe design by Adidas. Nadine is quoted on how it seems that the EUMore
At the eighth annual Euromoney Legal Media Group’s Women in Business Law Awards, Laura Popp-Rosenberg took home the Best in Trademark award. Laura was honored for her work in Royal Crown Co. Inc. et al v. The Coca-Cola Co., inMore
David Donahue spoke about the impact of recent litigation on the fashion industry at last week’s New York City Bar Association program “The Fashion Law Lookbook: Trends and Mixed Patterns Impacting the Fashion Industry.“
For the third year in a row, Fross Zelnick is named one of the Best Law Firms for Female Attorneys by Law360. This year, we rank third among law firms our size. On the list of Best Law Firms forMore
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This new U.S. rule requiring that non-U.S.-domiciled applicants, registrants and parties to TTAB proceedings be represented by qualified U.S. counsel in proceedings before the USPTO and TTAB will be effective August 3, 2019. Attorneys will be required to provide theMore
Tamar Niv Bessinger and Jessica Vosgerchian‘s article entitled “Responding to Surge in Fraudulent USPTO Specimens” was published in the Summer edition of Today’s General Counsel. The article explores strategies for addressing fraudulent trademark applications that threaten to interfere with brand owner’s business. TheMore
Prohibition of “Immoral or Scandalous” Marks Struck Down Iancu v. Brunetti, 586 U.S. ___ (2019) Today, the United States Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional the provision of Section 2(a) of the U.S. Trademark Act that prohibits the registration ofMore
The long-awaited new Canadian trademark regime came into force on June 17, 2019. In its final form, the most significant changes include the following: Registration classification of goods and services based on the Nice Classification; a per-class fee structure ($330More
Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. Wall-Street.Com, LLC, No. 17-571, 586 U.S. ____ (2019) In its unanimous March 4, 2019 opinion, the United States Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in holdingMore