If you missed reading about this case, buckle up! It has some fascinating twists and turns, along with the opportunity to brush up on the Lanham Act and see howContinue Reading The Supreme Court Will Decide the “Trump Too Small” Trademark Case
A few months back, I wrote about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to engage in some “whiskey business.” Now, after hearing Jack Daniels’s appeal, SCOTUS has ruled in favor of…Continue Reading SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Jack Daniel’s
Anyone who’s followed this blog knows that I’ve done a few (really more than a few) posts about the evolution of the Washington football team’s trademark battles. As a reminder…Continue Reading When Football & TMs Don’t Mix
Last week, in a 7–2 decision authored by Justice Sotomayor, the Supreme Court ruled that a 1984 work by artist Andy Warhol, portraying world-renowned singer Prince against an orange background…Continue Reading SCOTUS Holds Warhol’s “Prince Series” Is Not Fair Use
The has been a rise in fraudulent schemes targeting trademark applicants and owners, which is not surprising given the record number of applications being submitted to the United States Patent…Continue Reading Rise in Fraud on TM Owners
Four federal agencies have pledged to uphold the principles of fairness, equality, and justice in enforcement efforts against discrimination and bias in artificial intelligence (AI).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau…Continue Reading Federal Agencies Pledge to Fight Discrimination in AI
Last week the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a press release stating that it “is putting hundreds of advertisers on notice that they should avoid deceiving consumers with advertisements that…Continue Reading FTC’s Newest Notice of Penalty Offenses
The FDA Releases Draft Guidance re: Plant-Based Milk Alternatives.
The FDA is catching up with the increase in demand for plant-based milks that has occurred throughout the last ten…Continue Reading Got M*lk?