The Supreme Court requests additional briefing from Google and Oracle in the lead-up to oral arguments.
Is the mark BOOKING.COM protectable as a trademark for online hotel reservation services?
Commentary published in Georgia’s “official” legal code is not eligible for copyright protection.
Does trademark infringement have to be “willful” for Romag to recover Fossil’s profits?
Over 50 amicus briefs tell the Supreme Court how the Google v. Oracle copyright dispute will affect them. Here’s our analysis.
Explaining the software and copyright issues in Google v. Oracle
Can the federal government refuse to trademark “FUCT” or is the mark protected speech despite that it may be scandalous or vulgar?
Is the government a “person” who can request a “covered business method” patent review?
The Supreme Court reinforced the longstanding rule that even a non-public sale may invalidate a patent.
WesternGeco can get damages for the profits it lost abroad as a result of ION’s infringement of WesternGeco’s patent.