Protecting your brand from new forms of online infringements and attacks is becoming increasingly difficult. The Internet is now a wild west of content formation and brand owners can…Continue reading Two Video Clips on Protecting Your Brand From New Forms of Online Infringements and Attacks
Andrew will be a panelist in a program sponsored by the New York County Lawyers’ Association on brand protection. The program will be held on September 13 at the…Continue reading Friends Don’t Let Friends Steal Your Intellectual Property — Brand Protection in Social Media
Here is the 2d part of my video interview with the Cornell eClips program on brand protection on the Internet. Part 1 of the interview is here. Q. What…Continue reading Part # 2: More On Protecting Your Brand Against New Forms of Online Infringement and Challenges
The IP Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation is sponsoring its first Hot Topics program to be held on Friday June 10 in DC. The program brochure…Continue reading Hot Topics In IP Litigation Program Coming to D.C.
The Advanced IP Forum for Advertising Counsel will take place in NY from April 27-29. The program offers an impressive list of speakers from the content and media industries….Continue reading American Conference Institute Advanced IP Forum and Workshop
Counterfeits cost brand owners billions of dollars every year. How can brand owners combat this problem? What are the best strategies they can employ and will they work? I am…Continue reading A Conversation with Lisa Martens About How Brand Owners Can Combat Counterfeiting
My earlier post on this case ended with the question whether the successful defendants would seek attorneys’ fees. The answer is a resounding yes. Judge Wright in the Central…Continue reading Express v. Forever 21: Ouch! Court Awards Defendants More than $700,000 in Attorneys Fees and Costs for a Successful Defense of Copyright and Trademark Infringement Claims
The Second Circuit in Chloé v. Queen Bee expanded long-arm jurisdiction over Internet counterfeiters in trademark infringement cases. See my earlier post about Chloé here. But how far did the court…Continue reading Chloé v. Queen Bee, How Far Has the Second Circuit Extended the Long-Arm Statute to Reach Internet Infringers in Counterfeit Cases?
Andrew will moderate a one-hour teleconference sponsored by Law Seminars International next Wednesday October 6 at 1 pm NY time discussing the recent 2d Circuit case of Chloé v. Queen…Continue reading Chloé v. Queen Bee: its Impact on Trademark Infringement Actions Against Internet Counterfeiters:Teleconference
How much creativity does copyright require? Thankfully for copyright creators, not much. A dash will do. But in the rare case when that dash is absent, the owner of the…Continue reading Express v. Forever 21: How Much Creativity Does Copyright Require? “A Little Dab Will Do”