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An interesting development on the search-engine trademark infringement beat: In a weird development that looked impossible two years back, search engine giant Google Inc. last week agreed to cooperate publicly with Click Forensics, a click-fraud detection company with which it has had a rocky relationship...
Ten questions on trademark application “fraud”
John Welch asks ten questions about the state of the law on so-called “fraud’ on the Trademark Commissioner, i.e., the type that invalidates a trademark. This is “fraud” of the type that most people in most walks of life, including lawyers, would call… a mistake.
“Fraud on the PTO”
Here’s a special guest post on the TTABlog that lays out the state of the law regarding the increasingly confusing, and sometimes distressing, issue for trademark lawyers of what constitutes “fraud” in the prosecution and maintenance of federal trademark applications and registrations...
INTA Grapevine Symposium report 6
The second pre-lunch session, "The Pit and the Pendulum", dealt with a topic of which European Kats have little knowledge or experience: fraud on the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)...
"Latest Development in Jones Day Trademark Abuse Case"
"Latest Development in Jones Day Trademark Abuse Case": This post appeared Wednesday at Public Citizen's "Consumer Law & Policy Blog." In my post about this development from last Friday, I wrote that "the ruling is not yet available online...
Trademark Declaration Audits for Fraud Remediation
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In "The Fraud Factor: U.S. Trademark Owners Beware!," Carrie Webb Olson recommends . . . conducting an audit of any trademark registrations that are key to the company's business and are likely to be enforced against second-comers to the market...
Payless Shoesource to pay $304.6 million settlement in trademark lawsuit.
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Developer Bob Honts agrees to $250,000 property development settlement.
Capstone Development agrees to $15 million construction defects settlement.
Denham Springs agrees to $2 million settlement in development lawsuit.
Bend City agrees to pay Juniper Ridge Partners a $2.56 million settlement regarding city development.