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In this issue: Federal Circuit Affirms TTAB Decision Finding That Chippendales’ “Cuffs & Collar” Trade Dress Is Not Inherently Distinctive for Adult-Entertainment Services; Subsequent Paragraph IV Filer Has Legally Cognizable Interest in When First-Filer’s Exclusivity Period Begins; Reproducing an Invention in the United States Does Not Constitute Inventorship Under 35 U.S.C. § 102(g)(2); and more...

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