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What Is Trade Dress Protection And How Can It Protect My Product?

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Trade dress is a legal term that is used to describe the “total image and overall appearance” of a product design or product packaging. In certain cases, a business or individual may use trademark law to prevent others from using…

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Patentable Software Update: Federal Circuit Finds Another Software Invention Patentable

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Visual Memory LLC v. NVIDIA Corporation, serves as yet another example of how software may be patent eligible. In Visual Memory, the Federal Circuit reversed the district court’s ruling and found that Visual Memory’s patent on a memory system with programmable operational…

August 2018 Newsletter

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Patentable Software Update: Federal Circuit Finds Another Software Invention Patentable

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Core Wireless Licensing V. LG Elecs., Inc.Core Wireless Licensing V. LG Elecs., Inc. Core Wireless Licensing v. Lg Elecs., Inc. serves as yet another example of how display interfaces and structures may be patent eligible. In Core Wireless the Federal…

Transferring Intent-to-Use Applications – Trademark Owners Beware

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My clients frequently ask me if they – trademark owners – may transfer ownership interest in trademarks and trademark applications.  The short answer is – wait for it . . . wait for it . . . – it depends. …

August Newsletter

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What is Secondary Meaning?

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Brand developers and business owners should carefully consider the word or mark that consumers will identify with a good or service. Before investing resources in developing a brand, consideration of what makes a trademark or service mark (collectively referred to…

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Another Patent Eligible Software Invention – Trading Technologies International, Inc.

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In Trading Technologies International, Inc. v. CQG, Inc. (“TTI”), the Federal Circuit found claims for a graphical user interface (“GUI”) to be patent eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101.  This case is another example of how software may…

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