Table of Contents:
*I. U.S. Supreme Court
- A. Trademarks
*II. U.S. Courts of Appeal
- A. Patents
- B. Copyrights
- C. Copyrights/Criminal
- D. Trademarks
- E. Trademarks/Unfair Trade Practices
- F. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)
- G. Trade Secrets/Misappropriation
*III. U.S. District Courts
- A. Patents
- B. Patents/Antitrust
- C. Copyrights
- D. Copyright/Criminal
- E. Trademarks
- F Trademark/Cybersquatting
- G. Trademarks/Rights of Publicity
- H. Lanham Act/False Advertising
- I. Trade Secrets
- J. Trade Secrets/Criminal
*IV. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- A. Trademark
*V. State Courts
- A. Massachusetts
*VI. State Legislation
- A. Michigan
Exerpt from U.S. SUPREME COURT: Trademarks -
As reported at 85 BNA’s PTCJ 341, on January 9, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed, in a unanimous ruling, that Nike Inc.’s covenant not to sue a competitor for trademark infringement, delivered after Nike has filed an infringement lawsuit against the competitor and even then only after the competitor has filed a counterclaim seeking a cancellation of Nike’s mark, divested the federal district court of Article III jurisdiction. Already LLC v. Nike Inc...
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