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Sample Articles
Trademark infringement judgment affirmed, injunction narrowed, in Swiss Army knife case

On appeal after the federal district court in New York City found The B&F System, Inc., and its president, John D. Meyer (B&F) liable for treble damages for infringing plaintiffs Victorinox 21...

September 20, 2017
Knockoff fragrance seller infringed and diluted Coty’s Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, Lady Gaga fragrance brands

Excell Brands’ knockoff fragrances "poach upon the commercial magnetism" of Coty’s fragrances and Coty has established its claims of trademark infringement, trademark dilution, a...

Linda Panszczyk September 19, 2017
Comedic play—a bawdy parody of Dr. Seuss’ ‘Grinch’—was non-infringing fair use

The play Who’s Holiday! (the "Play"), a comedic play that made use of the characters, plot and setting of the Dr. Seuss book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! ("Grin...

September 18, 2017
Uber cannot force Waymo to arbitrate trade secret and patent case

In a high-stakes lawsuit over driverless vehicle technology, Alphabet subsidiary Waymo was not required to arbitrate its patent and trade secret claims against Uber Technologies based on Waymo’s...

September 15, 2017
Jury’s $54 million award to Black & Decker tainted by flawed survey; new trial ordered

A jury’s verdict and $53.9 million award to Black & Decker for Positec USA’s infringement of DeWalt tool products and packaging trade dress and trademarks was so tainted by flawed cons...

September 14, 2017

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