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  • Ladas & Parry is pleased to announce that Maureen Smith has been named by World Intellectual Property Review (WIPR) as a top U.S. trademark practitioner in its 2017 Leaders...

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  • The SCOTUS decision of May 22, 2017 in Heartland v. Kraft, stated that specific venue provisions that apply to patent infringement (28 U.S.C. 1400 (b)) limit the courts where a domestic corporation can be sued to those located in the state where the...

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  • An article by Ladas & Parry partner Dennis Prahl entitled, “Speedy Justice: TTAB reverses refusal to register CROSBY QUIC-TAG,” that first appeared in the World Trademark Review (WTR) is now available in our Education...

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  • Matthew Asbell taught a master class on sports law at the Superior Institute of Law and Economics (ISDE) headquarters in Madrid, Spain. The class entitled: “Intellectual Property Fundamentals and Challenges in the Sports Industry,” was held on...

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  • On May 31st, Matthew Asbell spoke in a Strafford live webinar on the topic of acquired distinctiveness. The webinar ran from 1:00pm-2:30pm and was entitled: “Making Section 2(f) Claims: Demonstrating Acquired...

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  • An article by Ladas & Parry attorneys George Sciarrino and Matthew Asbell entitled: “The Designer Formerly Known As…Intellectual Property Issues Arising from Personal Names as Fashion Brands”  was published in the New York State Bar...

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