Trademarks Licenses

A Trademark is a legally registered distinctive mark or sign which identifies goods, products or services that originate or are associated with a particular person or enterprise . A typical example of a trademark... more +
A Trademark is a legally registered distinctive mark or sign which identifies goods, products or services that originate or are associated with a particular person or enterprise . A typical example of a trademark would be a company's logo such as the Nike "Check" or McDonald's "Golden Arches."  less -
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Implications of U.S. Sanctions Program on Intellectual Property Owners

To advance U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives, the U.S. maintains laws and regulations that impose economic sanctions against certain countries, individuals, and entities (the "U.S. Sanctions Program"). 31...more

Points & Authorities - Summer 2013: The Entertainment Issue

In This Issue: - It’s Always Something: The Repeated Assaults on Licensee Rights in Bankruptcy - Clearance: Start Early and Avoid the Clutter - New Faces - Points from the President - The...more

Trademark Licensing: What You Need to Know [Video]

Trademark licensing is the practice by which a trademark owner permits a third party to use its trademark. In this video, Monica Riva Talley, a director at the intellectual property law firm Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox...more

Bill on Bankruptcy: Supreme Court Cases Will Have Wide Impact [Video]

June 27 (Bloomberg) -- The two bankruptcy cases going before the U.S. Supreme Court in the term beginning in October are the first topics of conversation on the video with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia and Bloomberg News...more

Rethinking IP Disputes – A Useful Role for International Arbitration

Changing Nature of IP Disputes - Intellectual property (IP) rights have become a truly international phenomenon. Technology is constantly changing. So too are the ways in which businesses seek to protect proprietary...more

Business Litigation Report -- May 2013

In This Issue: Firm News: ..Quinn Emanuel to Open Sydney Office ..Firm Expands Mass Torts and Products Liability Practice ..Susheel Kirpalani Named a 2012 “Dealmaker of the Year” by The American...more

As Nonprofits Expand Their Global Reach, a Special Focus on Tax, Trademarks and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

In this presentation: - Introduction - Trademark/Brand Strategy and Protection - U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Anti-Corruption - Cross-Border Tax Planning and Compliance Please see...more

Bankruptcy 101 for Intellectual Property Licenses

Generally, license agreements are “executory contracts” in bankruptcy. Executory means performance is due from both sides. When a party to an executory contract becomes a debtor in bankruptcy, it may either reject or assume...more

Intellectual Property Newsletter - January 2013

In This Issue: *News From the Bench - Enough Already, Supreme Court Tells Petitioner in Mythology-Laced Opinion. - Divided Fed. Circuit Affirms Patentability of Claims to a 12-Can Dispenser...more

Skadden's 2013 Insights: Corporate Restructuring

The global reach of capital markets, financial difficulties in the eurozone and the multinational nature of many businesses and financial institutions have increased the importance of understanding legal, business and other...more

Skadden's 2013 Insights

We are pleased to provide a collection of commentaries on the critical legal issues facing our clients in 2013. There is hope that global economic and market conditions will continue to improve despite ongoing...more

Single Purpose Commercial Prepaid Cards and Their Implementing Practices in Shanghai

In September 2012, the Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”) issued the Administrative Measures on Single Purpose Commercial Prepaid Cards (Tentative) (“Single Purpose Cards Measures”), which took effect on Nov. 1, 2012, and...more

The Unintended Franchise: If It Quacks Like A Duck . . .

Originally published in Nevada Business Magazine on 1/1/2013. Are you operating a franchise system without realizing it? If you are licensing to others the right to use your trademark for a fee, the answer could be yes....more

Network Interference: A Legal Guide to the Commercial Risks and Rewards of the Social Media Phenomenon (2nd Edition)

In October 2009, we published the first edition of this White Paper, focusing primarily on social media issues in the United States. The response was overwhelming and far beyond our expectation — clients, friends, press and...more

Doing Business in Canada: Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual property (IP) portfolios are valuable assets that must be properly acquired, advantageously exploited and thoroughly protected in all commercially significant jurisdictions. Companies considering doing business...more

The State of Information Technology Law - 2012

I. INTRODUCTION - On September 16, 2011, President Obama signed the Leahy Smith America Invents Act (AIA) (H.R. 1249). The AIA is the most sweeping modification of the Patent Act since 1952. Among the various objects...more

Current Legal Issues in Hotel Management Agreements in Russia

Current Legal Issues in Hotel Management Agreements in Russia January 2011 This article summarizes the principal legal issues in hotel management in Russia that hotel developers and operators are following in Russia...more

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