I ♡ Trademarks NewsletterIssue #294
Bri Van Til | June 21, 2022
A Michigan judge has ruled that Gibson must face antitrust litigation as a result of its ongoing trademark battle with Heritage. Here’s some background about the issue.
As we mentioned last month, attempts to capitalize on Juneteenth have resulted in trademark applications, marketing campaigns, and PR nightmares. But this this man says he is trying to trademark the term JUNETEENTH to save it.
A closed session hearing has been held in the trademark battle about US Virgin Islands politician John Canegata’s alleged use of the RNC’s trademarks. Canegata is countersuing the RNC for trademark infringement.
New York County Supreme Court has ruled that Yeshiva University must recognize the YU Pride Alliance, the University’s LGBTIA+ student organization.
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A jury has awarded Philip Morris almost $11 million for R.J. Reynolds’s alleged infringement of the company’s vaping patents.
Hewlett Packard Enterprises has been ordered to pay Oracle $30 million for copyright infringement for allegedly providing software updates without permission.
After having its a $1.2 billion patent infringement award against Gilead overturned on appeal, Bristol Myers Squibb is petitioning to have its case heard by the Supreme Court.
Block off some time to apply for this position as IP analytics counsel.
If you get this position as assistant general counsel, you’ll be on Pace (University) for a great career!
I bet if you got this job as counsel at this software company, you’d Rocket.
I’m sure this job as attorney advisor for the Department of the Treasury would be great, but I think I’d be a little disappointed that my monthly salary wasn’t paid to me in a shiny treasure chest. Surely I’m not the only one!
If you love your job as VP and senior counsel so much, why don’t you Marriott?
You don’t have to be a quantum physicist to get this patent attorney position being offered on Legility…. Just kidding. You do need that.
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 USPTO is hoping that its new IPR review process will encourage trust in the PTAB process.
The Copyright Claims Board, a small claims court for copyright claims, is now open. The form to submit claims is here.
According to USPTO CIO Jamie Holcombe, the USPTO’s “agile and innovative” approach is helping the agency adapt to emerging technologies.
How does Ukraine’s prohibition of Russian iconography affect trademarks containing those symbols?