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Statutory Right to Appeal Does Not Bypass Article III Standing Requirements

Consumer Watchdog v. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit dismissed an appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (the Board) on the grounds that the appellant, a...more

Update!—New TN Law Concerning Patent Infringement Allegations

In recent years, state legislatures have attempted to pass legislation regarding patent law – an area that the U.S. Constitution states is exclusively governed by federal law. The stated goal behind many of these laws is to...more

DEAR JUSTICE THOMAS: A Court Seal Cannot Protect My Trade Secrets, Pleads Florida Political Consultant

Florida may be the Sunshine State but there has been too little illumination into the Florida Legislature’s congressional redistricting process, according to the League of Women Voters of Florida. In 2010, voters amended the...more

Hershey Is Not So Sweet on Maryland Senator’s HERSHEY Campaign Logo

When you think of The Hershey Company, you think of delicious chocolate candy bars, chocolate kisses, and a fabulous amusement park in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The company’s brown candy bar wrappers with the HERSHEY’S trademark...more

U.S. House Committee Holds Hearing on Abusive Patent Demand Letters

On April 8, 2014, the U.S. House Committee on Energy & Commerce, Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade held a hearing “Trolling for a Solution: Ending Abusive Patent Demand Letters.” The purpose of the hearing...more

Pick Your Passion: State’s Trademark May Be Used To Criticize Its Governor

In Dardenne v. MoveOn.org, the Middle Louisiana Federal District Court faced a conflict between trademark protection, on the one hand, and the First Amendment’s protection of political advocacy, on the other. The Court...more

Highlights of Digital Millennium Copyright Act Congressional Hearings

On March 13, 2014, the Judiciary Committee of the United States House of Representatives, through its Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet, held hearings regarding the copyright infringement notice...more

Capital Thinking: Technology and Communications

LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY - FCC Nominations - The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation is expected to hold a confirmation hearing on Republican Michael O’Reilly’s nomination to serve as a...more

Coyle: Robert's SCOTUS Doesn't Respect Congress  [Video]

June 21 (Bloomberg Law) -- Marcia Coyle, Chief Washington Correspondent for The National Law Journal, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about her new book entitled "The Roberts Court: The Struggle For The Constitution."...more

Goldstein: Expect More Litigation in Wake of Myriad Gene Patent Decision  [Video]

June 13 (Bloomberg Law) -- Tom Goldstein, partner at Goldstein & Russell, PC and founder of SCOTUSblog, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the United States Supreme Court's decision in the Association for Molecular...more

Can You Patent Human Genes? ACLU Says No [Video]

April 12 (Bloomberg Law) -- On April 15, 2013, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. The case centers on whether patents may be granted on...more

Jackson Walker's VIA Media Postcard - November/December 2012

In This Issue: - Paul Watler's Perspective: One of the few places of refuge from the political campaign advertising onslaught was public television and radio. That may change depending on a little-noticed First Amendment...more

See for yourself, A citizen of a State under Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 of the Constitution

The case of Dred Scoot v. Sanford (60 U.S. 393, 1856) was meant to be a federal question case. However, it became a diversity of citizenship case when Dred Scott's citizenship was challenged. The Supreme Court...more

Supreme Court Argument Preview: Golan v. Holder - Oral Argument Scheduled for October 5, 2011

Eight years ago in Eldred v. Ashcroft, the Supreme Court addressed Congress’ power under the Progress Clause of the Constitution, which provides Congress with the ability to grant copyrights and patents to “promote the...more

Golen v. Holder

Brief of Amicus Curiae The CATO Institute in Support of Petitioner

In 1920, the Supreme Court decided an obscure case concerning the implementation of a treaty between the United States and Canada regarding migratory birds. Tucked into Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes's five-page decision in...more

Pricing e governance della spesa farmaceutica pubblica - Alcune proposte per una riforma organica che abbracci tutta la filiera

Fabio Pammolli e Nicola C. Salerno descrivono una proposta di rinnovamento complessivo della governance della spesa farmaceutica pubblica, con riferimento sia alla fascia "A" che alla fascia "H". I punti principali della...more

Chamber of Commerce v. Servin, et al.

Memorandum of Amicus Curiae Public Citizen in Support of Dismissal of the Trademark and Unfair Competition Claims

EFF and Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, are defending the Yes Men and other activists in a lawsuit filed against them by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over political criticism of the Chamber's stance on climate change...more

Chamber of Commerce v. Servin, et al.

Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint

EFF and Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, are defending the Yes Men and other activists in a lawsuit filed against them by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over political criticism of the Chamber's stance on climate change...more

Chamber of Commerce v. Servin, et al.

Defendants' Motion For Stay of Discovery And Rule 26 Disclosures & Memorandum of Points & Authorities in Support Thereof

EFF and Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, are defending the Yes Men and other activists in a lawsuit filed against them by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over political criticism of the Chamber's stance on climate change...more

Chamber of Commerce v. Servin, et al.

Complaint

EFF and Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, are defending the Yes Men and other activists in a lawsuit filed against them by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over political criticism of the Chamber's stance on climate change...more

Political Trademarks- Intellectual Property in Politics & Government

Confusion, deception, and mistake are generally unlawful in marketing campaigns. 14 USC § 1125 (a) [Lanham Act § 43(a)]. Yet confusion, deception, and mistake are typically lawful in political campaigns. At the...more

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