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‘Choppa Style’ infringement suit against 47 artists survives motion to dismiss
The defendants’ argument for dismissal on statute of limitations grounds contained no indication of when the infringement was supposed to have occurred or when the plaintiff was supposed to...
Fitbit wins partial victory in challenge to physical activity monitoring patent
As a joined party, Fitbit had a right to appeal the PTAB’s ruling on the validity of a physical activity monitoring patent after Apple withdrew.
In Booking.com trademark case, High Court vacates fee award to USPTO
The case was remanded for consideration in light of Peter v. NantKwest, Inc., in which the Court held that a Patent Act "expenses" provision did not overcome the presumption that...
Validity of patents for RA treatment drug Enbrel affirmed
Patents for the blockbuster drug Enbrel used to treat rheumatoid arthritis were not invalid.
BOOKING.COM is registrable for hotel reservation services
The dispositive question for the registrability of any trademark is the meaning of the mark to the relevant consumers. Consumers recognize "Booking.com" as a brand name for hotel...