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PTAB’s rejection of Facebook’s image arranging patent for obviousness reversed
In a challenge to Facebook’s patent application for a method for arranging images contiguously in an array, a prior art reference—a patent application filed by Perrodin that related to...
Mexican-style ice cream mark not sufficiently distinctive to merit protection
In a trademark and false advertising dispute between competing makers of Mexican-style ice cream bars called "paletas," the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. affirmed the district...
StubHub did not violate DTSA through use of publicly available computer code
Online ticket marketplace StubHub did not violate the Defend Trade Secrets Act when it hired three employees from another company who allegedly misused proprietary information to create a group...
‘St. Roch Market’ operator barred from using name outside New Orleans
The City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Building Corporation (NOBC) have been granted a preliminary injunction by the federal district court in New Orleans, barring the lessee of the St. Roch...
Boat manufacturer’s former employee beats trade dress infringement, trade secrets misappropriation claims
The federal district court in Tampa did not err in deciding on summary judgment that fishing boat manufacturer Yellowfin Yachts failed to establish that a former executive and his company were liable...