In this 1 hour session, three I.P. attorneys discuss the latest in trademarks:
- Who Cares Anyway? The Value of a Brand
- A Rare Constitutional Issue: The Redskins and The Slants
- Genericness: What Is The “Primary Significance”?
- Once A Trademark, Not Always a Trademark: Generic Designations
- Parody: Are We Having Fun Yet?
- Trademark Infringement (Likelihood of Confusion)
- Likelihood of Dilution
- Chinese Trademark Law
- The Impact of Brexit
- Randomly Auditing Declarations of Use
- Nontraditional Trademarks – A Childhood Scent
- WAWA and Brand Protection
- Up In Smoke & Wine, Beer and Liquor – Oh, My!
Five Case Summaries:
- The Standard for Awarding Attorney Fees: SunEarth Inc. v. Sun Earth Solar Power Co.
- The Scope of Damages: Tiffany & Co. v. Costco Wholesale Corp., No. 1:13-cv-01041
- Some Hope In Protecting Fashion Designs: In the Matter of: Certain Footwear Products
- Showdown Over the “American Rule.”: NantKwest, Inc. v. Lee
- Is Imitation the Sincerest Form of Flattery?: Trader Joe’s Company v. Michael Hallatt DBA Pirate Joe’s
Recorded at the Intellectual Property Law Institute, April 2017.