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Redbubble online-marketplace platform operator could be liable for artists’ infringement
Retailer allegedly created knockoff goods and acted as more than a hands-off intermediary.
U.S. Navy violated implied-in-fact license to use Bitmanagement’s graphics software
Navy’s failure to track simultaneous users created copyright infringement liability.
Stephen King’s ‘Dark Tower’ protagonist not ‘substantially similar’ to comic-book character ‘The Rook’
Antihero protagonist in The Dark Tower was distinctively different from The Rook’s traditional time travelling hero.
Owner of BANKERS LIFE mark fails to thwart registration of LIBERTY BANKERS marks for insurance
Despite the similarity of the parties’ services, confusion was unlikely because the commercial impression of the marks was not similar, the relevant purchasers were sophisticated, and there was...
Prior reexamination proceedings determinations precluded obviousness finding of power converter patent
The issues between the inter partes reexamination of a high efficiency power converter patent and two previous reexaminations in related litigation were identical.