I ♡ Trademarks NewsletterIssue #268
Bri Van Til | December 14, 2021
At the USPTO
Bringing a case before the TTAB does not bar trademark infringement suits in federal courts or preclude monetary or injunctive relief.
Here’s an overview of WTR’s interview with David Gooder about the state of the USPTO, the trademark application surge, and more.
The USPTO has terminated over 15,000 allegedly fraudulent trademark applications filed by one Chinese company.
There were rumors that Peloton might sue HBO for the network’s depiction of Peloton in the Sex and the City reboot, but commentators are praising the company’s response.
Pop artist Jeff Koons is being sued for copyright infringement for allegedly using another artist’s sculpture in his artwork.
Malibu Media—producer of content rated ARRRRRR—accused a man of piracy, refused to hand over the booty, and is now in rough waters.
From Your Friends at Alt Legal
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You can find here an explanation of the biggest and most exciting features and updates we’ve made to Alt Legal this year.
If something has upset your Applecart, consider applying to be general counsel for this marketing tech company.
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Odds and Ends
If you have something to say about policy changes to SEPs, license agreements, and F/RAND, submit your comments soon.
The Warhol Foundation wants the Supreme Court to rule on the copyright infringement case regarding depictions of Prince.