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Luxury Brand Giant Adopting Blockchain Technology To Track And Verify Goods

Last month, blockchain service provider ConsenSys announced its partnership with LVHM and Microsoft to launch the AURA platform. For those unfamiliar with LVHM, you are ...
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Selecting Trademarks That Last Generations

Years ago, my father obtained two trademark registrations for two different companies that first used the marks in the 1800's. I wonder if when the ...
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Farming So Easy, A Caveman Can Do It

IBM doesn't seem to be the type of company that produces products for agriculture, but that's no longer the case. Recently, the computer giant introduced ...
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USPTO Installs Blazing-Fast Tech Platform

Over Memorial Day weekend, the USPTO made some serious upgrades to its server platform ...
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From the High Seas to the High Court

Shiver me timbers! The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a copyright dispute arising, quite literally, from the depths of Davey Jones' Locker ...
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Hemp Trademark Opening Up – But Beware the Rules!

Trademark opportunities for hemp companies are opening up. Based on a clarification from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), hemp businesses are able ...
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Twitch Sues Hundreds of Streaming Account Holders After Coordinated Attack

Video-game streaming platform, Twitch Interactive Inc., filed suit this week in response to a flood of illegal and improper content that started at the end ...
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Drug Patents Come Under Fire in New House Bill

A new bill in Congress is proposing to alter the way drug patents are administered. The Terminating the Extension of Rights Misappropriated (TERM) Act, H.R ...
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Supreme Court Lets Trademark Licensees Keep Their Rights When The Owner Goes Bankrupt

Last month the Supreme Court ruled on what the International Trademark Association (INTA) has referred to as "the most significant unresolved legal issue in trademark ...
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Tasty Tacos Bringing The Hot Sauce To Spicy IP Dispute

The humble taco. Simple, satisfying, and recently implicated in a federal lawsuit ...
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Call of Duty Publisher Battles Humvee Manufacturer Over Trademark Dispute

Back in November of 2017, AM General filed a trademark suit against video game publisher Activision Blizzard for their use of Humvees in "Call of ...
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Friday The 13th Writer Puts Fear in Movie Producers

In a ruling that is spooking film producers, Victor Miller, the screenwriter behind the 1980 horror classic "Friday the 13th," successfully convinced a federal judge ...
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