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Trademark & Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms & Analysis

Trademark & Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms & Analysis by Gregory J. Battersby, Charles W. Grimes

Trademark & Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms & Analysis

Contributor(s)
By Gregory J. Battersby, Charles W. Grimes
Update Frequency
Annually
Last Update
01/22/2003
Product Line
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
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Trademark & Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms and Analysis provides timesaving, practice-proven forms, checklists, and analysis that help you handle your next intellectual property dispute with ease. Organized in the sequence of a litigation process, starting with the complaint and ending with appeals, you'll find commentaries covering virtually every area of copyright and trademark litigation in federal court and before other administrative bodies, such as ICANN arbitration, and International Trademark Commission actions.

Trademark and Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms and Analysis includes a CD-ROM that contains:

  • Sample complaints for trademark, copyright, cybersquatting, and International Trade Commission (ITC) actions
  • Sample answers, counterclaims and affirmative defenses for trademark, copyright, trade secrets, cybersquatting litigation, and ITC actions
  • Sample motion ranging from Motions to Dismiss to Motions for Sanctions/Attorney's Fees
  • Discovery sample forms, such as interrogatories and protective orders
  • Trial forms such as jury instructions
  • Forms for appeal such as Notice of Appeal and Petition for Certiorari
  • ISBN: 9780735535152
    SKU: 10045993-7777
    1. INITIATING THE ACTION
      Cease & Desist
      Cease and Desist Letter for Trademark Infringement
      Cease and Desist Letter for Domain Name Infringement
      Cease and Desist Letter for Copyright Infringement

      Complaints
      Complaint for Infringement of Registered Trademark
      Complaint for infringement of Unregistered Trademark and for False Designation of Origin
      Complaint for Trade Dress Infringement
      Notice of Opposition in United States Patent & Trademark Office
      Petition for Cancellation in the United States Patent & Trademark Office
      Complaint for Copyright Infringement and False Designation of Origin
      Complaint for Copyright Infringement and Unfair Competition
      WIPO Complaint for Disputed Domain Name

      Answers
      Answer & Counterclaim
      Answer to Notice of Opposition in U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
      Answer to Complaint
      Complainant's Reply
    2. MOTION PRACTICE
      Preliminary Injunctions
      Motion for Preliminary Injunction
      TRO and Ex Parte Seizure Order
      Memorandum of Law in Support
      Memorandum of Law in Opposition

      Motions to Dismiss
      Copyright / Trademark

      Summary Judgment
      Federal Court
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Attorney's Fees
      Motion for Attorney's Fees (Trademark and Copyright Matters)

      Default Judgment
      Motion for Default Judgment (Trademark and Copyright Matters)
    3. DISCOVERY
      Initial Disclosures
      Consumer Product
      Internet Domain Name

      Request for Production of Documents
      Federal
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Interrogatories
      Federal
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Request for Admissions
      Federal
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Deposition Notices
      Federal
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Protective Order Governing Disclosure of Confidential Information
      Federal
      Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

      Expert Disclosures
    4. TRIAL PRACTICE
      Pretrial Orders

      Pretrial Motions

      Proposed Jury Instructions
      Civil Action, Criminal
      Civil Action, Criminal Prosecution

      Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law

      Trial Briefs

      Settlement Agreements
    5. APPEALS
      Notice of Appeal

      Opening Appeal Brief
      Brief of Appellant
      Reply Brief of Appellant
      Brief of Petitioner
      Brief of Respondent

      Amicus Brief
      Motion for Leave to File Brief of Amicus Curiae
      Declaration in Support of Motion for Leave to File Brief of Amicus Curiae
      Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellant
      Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellee
      Brief of Amicus Curiae in Support of Petitioner

      Petition for Certiorari

    Contributor(s)

    Gregory J. Battersby holds an A.B. (chemistry and biology) from Seton Hall University and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law. He is a member of the New York and Connecticut Bars and is admitted to practice as a patent attorney before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

    After practicing together for more than 30 years, Messrs. Battersby and Grimes now head their own law firms, The Battersby Law Group, LLC in Westport, CT at www.gbiplaw.com and Grimes LLC in Norwalk, CT at www.gandb.com. Each specialize in patent, trademark, copyrights, unfair competition, antitrust and corporate law and licensing with a particular emphasis on the merchandising, multimedia, entertainment, edutainment, toy, animation and publishing industries.

    Mr. Battersby remains a guest lecturer at the Franklin Pierce Law School Advanced Licensing Institute, is counsel to the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association (“LIMA”), and has been an officer and a member of the Board of Directors of The New York Intellectual Property Law Association.

    Charles W. Grimes holds a B.S. (engineering mechanics) from Pennsylvania State University and a J.D. from the University of Denver School of Law. He is a member of the Illinois, New York and Connecticut Bars and is admitted to practice as a patent attorney before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

    After practicing together for more than 30 years, Messrs. Battersby and Grimes now head their own law firms, The Battersby Law Group, LLC in Westport, CT at www.gbiplaw.com and Grimes LLC in Norwalk, CT at www.gandb.com. Each specialize in patent, trademark, copyrights, unfair competition, antitrust and corporate law and licensing with a particular emphasis on the merchandising, multimedia, entertainment, edutainment, toy, animation and publishing industries.

    Mr. Grimes is a former Adjunct Professor at Sacred Heart University where he teaches intellectual property law and served on the Editorial Board of The Trademark Reporter. He has moderated the legal seminar at the International Licensing Expo for many years and continues to lecture and write on a variety of intellectual property issues.

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