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Ladas Attorney Quoted in a World Trademark Review article about the case of USPTO v. Booking.com

Ladas partner Matthew Asbell has been quoted in the World Trademark Review (WTR) in relation to how several amicus briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court may impact the decision in USPTO v. Booking.com. The case is about whether the...

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ARE YOU PROTECTED? JOIN US FOR OUR WINTER WEBINAR ABOUT IP BASICS FOR THE FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

Join the Ladas & Parry Food & Beverage Industry Group on January 30th to learn the basics of intellectual property as it relates to protecting what is special about your food industry products. Topics include: Appearance & Function:...

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LADAS ATTORNEYS PARTICIPATED IN A VOLUNTEER LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS (VLA) PRO-BONO CLINIC ON 12/16/2019

Matthew Asbell and Jose Landivar volunteered their intellectual property legal skills at a pro-bono clinic held by the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) on behalf of the Freelancers Union at the Made in NY Media Center in Brooklyn, NY. Matthew...

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INTA’S LADAS MEMORIAL AWARD WRITING COMPETITION IS NOW OPEN. PAPERS ARE DUE ON 1/17/2020

Ladas & Parry LLP is once again pleased to sponsor the INTA 2020 Ladas Memorial Award Competition in honor of the exceptional contributions to international IP law made by esteemed practitioner and 2013 IP Hall of Fame inductee, Stephen P....

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LADAS ATTORNEYS ATTENDED THE 2019 INTA LEADERSHIP MEETING IN AUSTIN, TX

Dennis Prahl, Lanning Bryer and Scott Lebson attended the 2019 INTA Leadership Meeting in Austin, Texas from November 19th – November...

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THE ARTICLE, “WHAT QUALIFIES AS ACCEPTABLE USE IN U.S. COMMERCE?” HAS BEEN UPDATED IN VIEW OF RECENT CHANGES IN THE U.S. TRADEMARK PRACTICE

The article, “What Qualifies as Acceptable Use in U.S. Commerce?” was updated in view of recent changes in U.S. trademark practice. These include changes to requirements when the use specimen is a tag or label and when it is a webpage....

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