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As 2012 winds down and we all recover from what I’m sure was a wonderful Festivus celebration (I know I’m still feeling the effects of a particularly bloody Feats of Strength and an overly ambitious Airing of Grievances...more
Most have probably heard today’s news that Hostess Brands is going out of business. This is sad news on many fronts, the most significant of which is the loss of livelihood for some 18,000 individuals....more
Originally published in the October 2012 issue of The Bankruptcy Strategist.
Much has been written over the past 20-plus years, in court decisions and scholarly articles, about the omission of “trademarks” from the...more
The U.S. Bankruptcy Code generally limits a Chapter 11 debtor-licensor’s ability to reject intellectual property licenses, but trademark licenses are not subject to such limitations. Trademark license agreements that are...more
Licensees of intellectual property, especially trademarks, may breathe easier thanks to a Circuit-splitting decision authored by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this month. In Sunbeam Products, Inc. v. Chicago...more
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- Brinker: Meal and Rest Periods Clarified, But...
- Dodd-Frank and Bankruptcy Law
- New Faces: Points from the President
- Celebrity Brands: To Wed or Not to Wed?
- How Safe is your...more
There’s been a lot of ink spilled on Duets Blog about the long saga of the Tavern on the Green, here, here and here. The last we heard, back in March of 2010, was that a judge had ordered the cancellation of the trademark...more
This two-part article provides an overview of the main issues faced and decisions to be made by a trademark licensor whose licensee has filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. It covers the following four scenarios: (i) if the...more
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