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MAN WITH A VAN mark owner defeats rival’s counterclaims via ‘unlawful use’ doctrine
Proprietor of The Original Man with a Van, LLC, admitted that she lacked a license to perform interstate moving services, she lacked certification to transport household goods, and failed to pay...
Summary judgment that ‘Black Ice’ for car freshener scent was not infringed by ‘Midnight Black Ice’ reversed
The record, however, supported that "Bayside Breeze" mark was not infringed by "Boardwalk Breeze" as a matter of law.
NASA’s robotic hands ruled non-infringing of contractor’s patent on summary judgment
Holder of patents for robotic hands could not show infringement by NASA after claim construction of "linear actuator."
PTAB decisions to institute CBM review cannot be appealed
Under Supreme Court’s Thryv decision, the "no appeal" provision of 35 U.S.C. § 314(d) precludes judicial review of CBM institution decisions.
Volunteer photographer owned pictures taken of nonprofit’s D.C. trip
The photographer did not transfer rights to the photos to the organization or its members, and the photos did not constitute "works for hire."