Ronald Coleman
Mandelbaum Salzburg, PC

3 Becker Farm Road
Roseland, New Jersey 07068, United States
Phone: 973-736-4600
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Bayer Consumer Care et al. v. Belmora, LLC

Belmora's Memorandum in Opposition to Bayer's Motion to Dismiss Bayer's Trademark, Unfair Competition and Antitrust Counterclaims - FLANAX

From Washington (July 21, 2017, 2:40 PM EDT) -- Bayer AG urged a Virginia federal judge in oral arguments Friday to nix antitrust counterclaims from Belmora LLC accusing the German drugmaker of undermining the…more
Badia Spice, Inc. v. Gel Spice Co., Inc.

Order clarifying summary judgment ruling as to issues remaining for trial in connection with COMPLETE SEASONING genericness defense

What started out as a procedural quirk turns out to be a potentially important ruling as one of the few in the U.S. that has passed on the question of whether a trademark protected by an "incontestable registration" can be…more
Bayer Consumer Care et al. v. Belmora, LLC

Answer and Counterclaims, Including Claims for Infringement of Belmora's FLANAX Trademark and Monopolization Under the Sherman Act

Answer, affirmative defenses and counterclaims in connection with Bayer's litigation against Belmora over the FLANAX brand for naproxen sodium and other analgesics, for which Belmora owns the U.S. registered…more
Badia Spice, Inc. v. Gel Spice Co., Inc.

Gel Spice Co. Response to Badia's Supplemental Brief Regarding Genericness of COMPLETE SEASONING

On September 13, 2016, Gel moved for summary judgment on Badia’s trademark infringement claims on grounds that COMPLETE SEASONING and SAZON COMPLETA are generic and not entitled to trademark protection, or, alternatively, that…more
LVL XIII Brands, Inc. v. Louis Vuitton Malletier

Appeal Brief for Plaintiff-Appellant LVL XIII - Trademark infringement claim against Louis Vuitton

Appeal from the summary judgment ruling by the Southern District of New York…more

Rock 'n Roll, Redskins & Free Speech: Trademark/Copyright Goes to the Supreme Court  [Video]

Aired on the Philadelphia CNN-affiliate Monday, February 20, "The American Law Journal" presents "Trademark, Copyright and Free Speech: The Slants Go to the 'Supremes'." Christopher Naughton welcomes Archer Law attorneys John…more

U.S. "Fashion Law" Court Docket Highlights - CLE Materials for 2016 FBA Fashion Law Conference

CLE materials from presentation at the 2017 Federal Bar Association Fashion Law Seminar in New York City on February 10, 2017 at the New School for panel entitled, "Litigating a Brand: The Dual Perspective of In-House and…more
Belmora LLC v. Bayer Consumer Care AG

Reply Brief for Petitioners on Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Fourth Circuit

Issue: Whether Sections 14(3) and 43(a) of the Lanham Act allow a foreign business that has neither used nor registered its trademark in the United States to sue the owner of a U.S. registered trademark for conduct relating to…more

Asian-American Band ‘The Slants’ Takes Trademark Battle to Supreme Court [Video]

NBC Nightly News: Members of this Portland dance rock band wanted a name that would turn a racial slur into a badge of defiance, so they called themselves “The Slants.”…more
Lee v. Tam

Brief for Respondent Simon Shiao Tam ("The Slants")

Issue: Whether the disparagement provision of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. 1052(a), which provides that no trademark shall be refused registration on account of its nature unless, inter alia, it “[c]onsists of . . . matter which…more
Belmora v. Bayer Consumer Care

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari

In Lexmark International Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc., 134 S. Ct. 1377, 1388-90 (2014), this Court held that the Lanham Act does not extend a cause of action to every plaintiff with Article III standing, but instead…more
Badia Spice, Inc. v. Gel Spice Co., Inc.

Gel Spice Co. Reply Brief in Further Support of its Motion for Summary Judgment regarding Badia's COMPLETE SEASONING Trademark Claim

In its moving papers Gel demonstrated that the incontestable registrations for Badia's alleged trademarks for the words "complete seasoning" and their Spanish equivalent, "sazon completa" are of essentially no significance as a…more

Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act: Trademark’s Law of Unintended Consequences

Paper included as CLE materials at The 26th All Ohio Annual Institute on Intellectual Property (AOAIOIP) in Cleveland and Cincinnati Ohio over two successive days. This paper arose out of research done in connection with our…more
Badia Spice, Inc. v. Gel Spice Co., Inc.

Brief in Support of Gel Spice Co.'s Motion for Summary Judgment regarding Badia's COMPLETE SEASONING trademark claim

Badia is suing Gel for trademark infringement based on Gel’s sale of its own blend of “all-purpose” or “complete” seasoning as . . . “complete seasoning.” Badia makes a lot of money selling its own complete seasoning…more
Yeshiva Gedola Na'os Yaakov, Inc. Et al v. Township of Ocean, NJ et al

Proposed Brief of Agudath Israel of America as Amicus Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for a Preliminary Injuncition

Yeshiva Gedola Na’os Yaakov of Lakewood, New Jersey acquired spacious property in Ocean Township, New Jersey and applied to the Township’s Zoning Board for the necessary zoning variances. Elements within the community,…more
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