Jill Sarnoff Riola

Jill Sarnoff Riola

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Choosing A Trademark That Won’t Buy You A Lawsuit

In my last blog post for i-Sight, we discussed choosing a trademark for your company’s new product that lets you walk and chew gum at the same time, releasing millions of uncoordinated people from the embarrassment of having...more

1/23/2014 - Trademark Searches Trademarks

How To Choose A Strong Mark To Discourage Infringement: Put Some Thought Into Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Your company has just come up with an exciting new product that enables someone to walk and chew gum at the same time! Just imagine all of the potential buyers out there who have been suffering for years from “Can’t Walk and...more

11/22/2013 - Brand Infringement Logos Registration Trademarks

IP Protection: What Are Trademarks, Service Marks And Logos?

A trademark (one word) is the identity you give your products. A service mark (two words—don’t know why, just the way it is) is the identity you give your services. Originally Published on I-Sight.com - October 15,...more

10/16/2013 - Brand Logos Service Marks Trade Dress Trademarks

U.S. Supreme Court To Decide Standing Requirement To Bring False Advertising Claim

In certain states, only an actual competitor may bring a false advertising claim under the Lanham Act....more

6/7/2013 - False Advertising Lanham Act Lexmark SCOTUS Standing

U.S. Supreme Court Applies "First Sale" Copyright Doctrine To Allow Import And Sale Of Gray Goods

On March 19, the United States Supreme Court in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013 WL 1104736, held that the "first sale" doctrine, as codified in the Copyright Act, applies to copyrighted works lawfully manufactured...more

3/27/2013 - Copyright Exports First Sale Doctrine Grey Market Imports Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons SCOTUS

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