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Panel restores jury’s finding that ‘Royal Palm Properties’ brokerage mark was valid
Competing real-estate brokerage failed to show that a reasonable jury could only find that it had rebutted the presumption that the registered mark had acquired secondary meaning.
Lanham Act preempts state law for marks relating to cannabis products
Prior use of a trademark for cannabis-related products recognized as legal under California law cannot thwart a junior user’s federal trademark rights.
Uber’s apps did not infringe patents for software that helps friends locate one another on a map
Uber’s En Route view did not violate mapping patents because Uber’s apps use processes different from those protected by the patents.
Injunction barring Walmart from future misappropriation of website developer’s trade secrets affirmed
Evidence supported jury’s finding that developer took measures to protect confidentiality of certain Adobe source files, but not other asserted trade secrets, and a damages reduction was...
Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’ movie could have infringed trademark for children’s book series
Although the film qualified as an artistic work, the court did not have sufficient evidence to determine whether its use of the CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE mark was explicitly misleading.