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Best of 2014: Consensus in Cleveland

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First posted on March 12, 2014. Michel — The post Best of 2014: Consensus in Cleveland appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Far be it from me to compare myself to the distinguished former Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit, the Hon.

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Best of 2014: Redskins decision: The present judges the past

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Originally posted on June 18, 2014. The post Best of 2014: Redskins decision: The present judges the past appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. I’ve been writing about the dispute over the REDSKINS trademark on this blog more or less since the beginning of the blog itself.

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Best of 2014: Eiffel Tower “copyright”: I didn’t

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First posted November 17, 2014. The post Best of 2014: Eiffel Tower “copyright”: I didn’t appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Demain Anne Hidalgo est sur la Tour pour goûter au vertige du vide! La tour dans ses nvx atours… pic.twitter.com/DU39LzGThR — pierre eric spitz (@sprichtt).

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Best of 2014: Nothing but err

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Originally published on February 21, 2014. In October of 2013 I blogged here about my participation in a panel on “trademark misuse” at the annual meeting of the AIPLA, where, The post Best of 2014: Nothing but err appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

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Best of 2014: Law blogging — Time is of the essence. Not.

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Originally posted on May 29, 2014. The post Best of 2014: Law blogging — Time is of the essence. Had a delightful lunch with a couple of very interesting lawyers yesterday. It would have been perfect if they hadn’t both lingered over salad nicoise. appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

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Roca rocked; Randazza revels

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Originally posted 2014-10-28 18:56:17. Republished by Blog Post PromoterYou may have already read the previous post, only from yesterday, about the Roca Labs v. PissedConsumer follies. If you have, great.

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Federal Circuit Issues Mixed Ruling on Trade Secret Misappropriation of Blood Analyzer

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In 2014, Alifax, a company that specialized in producing clinical instruments, filed a lawsuit against Alcor Scientific (“Alcor”), which operated in the same general area of clinical development, alleging trade secret misappropriation under the Rhode Island Uniform Trade Secrets Act (RIUTSA).