Alt Legal IP News – Issue #232
Bri Van Til | March 24, 2021
In response to allegations of mass fraud on the trademark register, the USPTO may start verifying identification.
CNIPA—China’s IP office—has set up a blacklist complaint procedure where rights owners can report bad-faith trademark applications.
Curious about how the Supreme People’s Court in China has applied punitive damages in IP infringement cases? Check out their report about it.
Huawei recently hosted a 2-hour broadcast, “Innovation and Intellectual Property Prospects in 2021 and Beyond.” They also announced they’d charge royalties for use of their 5G patents.
DISH Network is suing IPTV provider ChintramTV for $31 million for copyright infringement.
Does your current job suck? Consider serving as general counsel for Dyson.
It’s hip to be Square‘s product counsel.
Thinking about being corporate counsel at Starbucks? Give it a shot.
If your job prospects have gone flat, consider applying to be trademark counsel at Coca-Cola.
Looking to turn the Paige on your career? Consider being associate counsel for this diagnostic company.
I’m not toying with you when I say Mattel is looking for senior counsel.
Cruise on over to Royal Caribbean‘s site to apply to be general counsel.
Have an open role on your team? Send a link to your job listing to email@example.com, and we’ll publish it in our next newsletter.
Odds and Ends
The unexpected is just that, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for it. Come to our webinar next month to learn how to prepare for a crisis before it’s too late.
World Trademark Review wants your input about operational management.
Check out this IPO webinar about allyship and how that promotes diversity and inclusion.
The Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal is hosting a trademark symposium tomorrow with free CLE credit.
Check out this webinar hosted by Gravity Legal to learn about how to use Zapier to automate tasks.