Ladas & Parry LLP

The Essentials Of Domain Name Management For Companies

In the traditional scheme of intellectual property, companies tend to manage their trademark, copyright, and patent portfolios, whether in house or through outside counsel. However, it has become increasingly essential for…more

Domain Names, gTLD, Intellectual Property Protection, Popular, Trademark Clearinghouse

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2016: Developments in Intellectual Property Law You Should Know About

This year the IP world will be brimming with changes, the largest of which will take place in the European Union. Sweeping reforms in EU trademark law will be implemented in March as well as the likelihood of the Unitary Patent…more

Apple v Samsung, Brazil, Canada, China, Copyright

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B&B Hardware v. Hargis – What it Means and How it will Affect TTAB Litigation

The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a decision that may significantly impact how Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”) cases are litigated and whether potential litigants elect to forego TTAB litigation in certain…more

B&B Hardware v Hargis Industries, Discovery, Evidence, Issue Preclusion, Likelihood of Confusion

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Patent Series: Protecting inventions

Janet Cord and Ray Diperna, partners at Ladas & Parry LLP, discuss the pros and cons of patents in protecting inventions…more

Cross-Licensing Agreement, Infringement, Inventions, Licenses, Patent Portfolios

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Patent Series: Protecting inventions

Janet Cord and Ray Diperna, partners at Ladas & Parry LLP, discuss the pros and cons of patents in protecting inventions…more

Cross-Licensing Agreement, Infringement, Inventions, Licenses, Patent Portfolios

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REDSKINS affirmed as disparaging. Appealed to 4th Circuit.

In its June 18, 2014 Blackhorse decision, the TTAB ordered six Redskins trademarks to be cancelled as disparaging to Native Americans at the time they were registered…more

Appeals, Common Law Claims, De Novo Standard of Review, Disparagement, Native American Issues

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European Community Trademark registration for patterns and three-dimensional marks requires Acquired Distinctiveness in Each Member State

Owners of pattern and three-dimensional marks should take note of the substantial burden of proving acquired distinctiveness of their marks through use throughout the European Union. On April 21, 2015, Louis Vuitton’s…more

Appeals, EGCs, EU, Inherently Distinctive, Manufacturers

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The Essentials Of Domain Name Management For Companies

In the traditional scheme of intellectual property, companies tend to manage their trademark, copyright, and patent portfolios, whether in house or through outside counsel. However, it has become increasingly essential for…more

Domain Names, gTLD, Intellectual Property Protection, Popular, Trademark Clearinghouse

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Change Has Come To Trade Secrets In The United States: The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016

Concerns about trade secret theft have been increasing in recent years and the America Invents Act included provisions that reduced the commercial risks that a business would run by trying to keep inventions as trade secrets…more

Asset Seizure, Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), Economic Espionage Act, Misappropriation, Private Right of Action

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An Overview of the BlackBerry v. Typo Products Case

Many consumers today, plagued by embarrassing typographical errors when using their touch-screen smartphones, own a second smartphone with a keyboard, such as a BlackBerry phone, for their professional correspondence. To remedy…more

Blackberry, Cell Phones, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patents

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Trademark Series: Use-based trademark protection

Joe Villapol and Ralph Cathcart, partners at Ladas & Parry LLP, discuss use-based trademark protection in the United States…more

Registration, Trademarks

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Ten Key Considerations on Chinese New Trademark Law

The Trademark Law of the People’s Republic of China was recently amended and went into effect on May 1, 2014, though in some cases it applies to violations that occurred prior to the effective date and continue after that time…more

China, Infringement, Popular, PRC Trademark Law Amendments

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Contact

United States

Contact: Matthew Asbell

  • 212.708.1800
  • 212.246.8959

Areas of Practice
  • Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Law & Trade
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Science, Computers, & Tech
Locations
Other U.S. Locations
  • California
  • Illinois
  • New York
Other Countries
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
Number of Attorneys

25-50 Attorneys

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