Trademark Examiner Reports: Common Objections

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Trademark Examiner Reports: Common Objections. Have you received a Trademark Examiner Report? The post Trademark Examiner Reports: Common Objections appeared first on SANDER LAW. Trademarks Examiner Reports Registered Trademarks Trademark Application

[Guest post] Conference report: ‘The Fashion Marketplace: Law and Policy’

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of global trade; and in a recent EU IPO report, it was found that as many as 1 in 3 people have been misled into buying counterfeits. consumers Digital Services Act Emily Nuttall-Wood event event report Fashion Fashion Law London trade marks


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Report: ANDA Litigation is Declining

IP Watchdog

Last week, Patexia released its second annual ANDA Litigation Intelligence Report in which we covered the rankings, statistics and comprehensive analysis of abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) and Hatch-Waxman stakeholders.

Choosing the Right Reporting Agency for your Intellectual Property Case

JD Supra Law

This means you need a court reporting agency with solid IP experience. Intellectual Property cases are intricate, highly confidential, massive undertakings. They often involve high-profile parties, source code, and international depositions.

Foley Weekly Automotive Report - July 2021 - 3

JD Supra Law

This report helps automotive suppliers inform their legal and operational decisions to help address challenges and opportunities. Key Developments GM scheduled downtime for the week of July 26 at three pickup truck plants in Michigan, Indiana and Mexico due to the chip shortage.

Who Watches the Watchmen? – Empirically Examining Examination Reports (Part 1)


We’re very happy to bring our readers a guest post that uses a dataset of more than 300,000 trademark examination reports from the year 2019, as the basis for analysing the trademark registry’s examination process. Empirically Examining Examinations Reports (Part 1).

WIPO Report Shows Economic Resilience During Pandemic, Buoyed by Massive Numbers of Chinese Patent, Trademark Filings

IP Watchdog

On November 8, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) released its World Intellectual Property Indicators 2021 report, the latest WIPO annual report to detail global IP filings across patents, trademarks and other forms of IP.

3D Printing Half-Year Report - Q2 2021

JD Supra Law

Is 3D printing the next litigation frontier? Litigation over 3D printing will become increasingly more prevalent as the technology becomes less expensive to build due to rising demand, some lawyers say. A federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,

IP Report 2021

LexBlog IP

Intellectual Property ( IP ) Australia published their 9 th annual edition of the Australian IP Report (the IP Report ) on 29 April 2021. The IP Report, available here , offers a general overview of the current Australian IP climate.

Italian Police Report 240 Pirate IPTV Users For Prosecution


An announcement from the Guardia di Finanza (GdF), the Italian police unit tasked with financial crimes, said that it had reported 223 IPTV subscribers to the authorities for the crime of “receiving stolen goods.” 240 IPTV Subscribers Reported to Prosecutor’s Office.

The annual World Intellectual Property Indicators Report (WIPI) and China’s IP boom

The IPKat

On 8 November 2021, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published its annual World Intellectual Property Indicators Report ( WIPI ), reviewing global IP activity in 2020. China IP patents Tian Lu WIPI WIPO World Intellectual Property Indicators Report

Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on IPR: Tipping the Scales of Patent Law? Part I


As is well known now, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce tabled its Report on the IPR regime in India last week. In about 150 pages the Report suggests a major reevaluation of the IP framework in the country.

A Parliamentary Standing Committee Report that Challenges the Fine Balances Within the IP System


As some of our readers may have noted, a Parliamentary Standing Committee Report, titled ‘ Review of the Intellectual Property Rights Regime in India’ was released on July 23, 2021. A Parliamentary Standing Committee Report that Challenges the Fine Balances Within the IP System.

Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on IPR: Tipping the Scales of Patent Law? Part II


In the first part of this post, I had covered the Parliamentary Standing Committee’s Report recommendations on amendments to Section 3 of the Patents Act. The Report recommends replacing the imprisonment term with a substantial monetary penalty for non-compliance.

IP Attys Report Lower Billable Hours In 2020

IP Law 360

Intellectual property attorneys working at private firms saw their billable hours decrease in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest survey from the American Intellectual Property Law Association, with some reporting decreased billing rates as well

Discovery Immunity For Draft Expert Reports Lacks Clarity

IP Law 360

Court rulings on whether — and when — drafts of expert reports are immune from discovery have been inconsistent, so the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure should be amended to better distinguish between draft and final expert reports, say attorneys at Lowenstein Sandler

Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on IPR – a Regressive View


This post continues the discussion on Copyright Reform suggested by the Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on IPR, which Adyasha had discussed on the blog here. In a recent opinion piece in The Hindu (available behind a paywall here ), Rahul and I discussed the Committee’s Report in context of the State’s obligations as part of the Right to Education.

OSFI Advisory tightens technology and cyber security incident reporting requirements

Barry Sookman

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) just released updated requirements governing how federally regulated financial institutions (FRFIs) should disclose and report technology and cyber security incidents to OSFI.

The Cyber Incident Reporting Law Gains Traction in Congress

Above the Fold

The proposed legislation also mandates that covered entities, and business with more than fifty employees, report ransomware payments no later than twenty-four hours after the payment has been made. Congress is now taking steps to beef-up cyber security regulations at the federal level.

The Cyber Incident Reporting Law Gains Traction in Congress

LexBlog IP

The proposed legislation also mandates that covered entities, and business with more than fifty employees, report ransomware payments no later than twenty-four hours after the payment has been made. Congress is now taking steps to beef-up cyber security regulations at the federal level.

Department of Commerce issues report finding that “USPTO’s trademark registration process was not effective in preventing fraudulent or inaccurate registrations”

Erik K Pelton

The report issued on August 11, 2021 (OIG-21-033-A) is entitled USPTO Should Improve Controls over Examination of Trademark Filings to Enhance the Integrity of the Trademark Register. The report has some rather incredible findings. ” See page 3 of Final Report.

Triller Reportedly Agreed to Settle ‘Jake Paul’ Piracy Claim Then Returned Cash


The H3 Podcast reports that in an effort to end that dispute quickly and amicably, it offered to pay Triller $25,000. That offer was reportedly rejected with Triller countering with a much larger amount of $900,000.

Health Canada TPD, BRDD and NNHPD Annual Performance Reports released

JD Supra Law

The reports contain information regarding pharmaceutical, biologic and radiopharmaceutical drug submission review activity including average approval times.

Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on Traditional Knowledge: Idealistic Expectations or Unworkable Ideas?


Continuing our series of posts on the Parliamentary Standing Committee Report on Review of the IPR Regime in India, in this post I will be covering the Report’s recommendations on IPR and Traditional Knowledge (TK). Highlights from the Report. Image from here.

ESA Reports Game Piracy, File-Hosting and Cheating Sites To US Government


The website reportedly ignores all ESA takedown notices and uses an unnamed “U.S.-based After making an appearance in earlier reports, the main thorn in the ESA’s side remains

Fish & Richardson Releases 2020 Post-Grant Report

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Fish & Richardson has released its annual Post-Grant Report for 2020, which takes a deep dive into the most important cases, trends, and developments that have shaped post-grant practice over the previous year and how they may affect practitioners going forward.

Copyright Office Releases Post-MMA Report on Unclaimed Royalties

JD Supra Law

Copyright Office released a public report, Unclaimed Royalties: Best Practice Recommendations for the Mechanical Licensing Collective, as required by the Music Modernization Act (MMA). On July 8, 2021, the U.S.

Will New Income Reporting Have Any Meaningful Impact on the Financial Ecosystem?

GDB Firm Blog

A proposed change to bank reporting standards would require banks to report $600 or more in transactions to the IRS, allegedly to help the Treasury catch wealthy individuals concealing income and committing tax fraud.

Judge: New York Times reporter waived press shield privilege

Likelihood of Confusion

The New York Law Journal reports (subscription required): A New York Times reporter must testify in an emotional-distress case regarding an interview he conducted with the defendant, the Riverside Church’s. The post Judge: New York Times reporter waived press shield privilege appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

AIPPI Event Report: Lord Justice Birss looks to the future of civil justice

The IPKat

The AmeriKat was elsewhere in the remote universe, but was lucky to have guest Kat, Anna Duch (Bristows) on hand to report on the event for her and all the other readers who may have missed the session. The AmeriKat enjoying her fully remote existence.

DOD Commits To Building Up IP Group Following GAO Report

IP Law 360

Government Accountability Office report warning that the agency's failure to acquire the IP it needs to run its weapon systems could "lead to surging costs later The U.S. Department of Defense said Tuesday it plans to expand its cadre of intellectual property experts, a move that came in response to a U.S.

Parliamentary Committee Report Outlines Policy Changes to Improve Indian IP Regime

IP Watchdog

On July 23, 2021, the PSCC presented a report to the Rajya Sabha titled Review of the Intellectual Property Rights Regime in India (the Report).

Recommended Reading: The Trademark Reporter, September-October 2021 Issue

The TTABlog

5) issue of The Trademark Reporter (TMR). TTABlog comment: Once again, I thank The Trademark Reporter for allowing me to provide this issue to you all. This issue of the TMR is Copyright © 2021, the International Trademark Association, and is made available with the permission of The Trademark Reporter ®. INTA has published the September-October, 2021 (Vol. 111 No. pdf here ].

Report: Almost One-Third of IPR Proceedings are Settled

IP Watchdog

Our recent IPR Intelligence report covers the inter partes review (IPR) filing activity at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) from July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2021.

EUIPO Report Reveals More Than 90% of Online Counterfeit Sales are Sent to EU Through Postal Services

IP Watchdog

The report provides a quantitative review of both the expansion of Internet commerce as well as a growing number of counterfeit seizures by border officials in recent years.

Skinny Labels Back In Focus After HHS Report On Addressing Drug Prices

JD Supra Law

Department of Health and Human Services submitted its much-anticipated report to the White House Competition Counsel regarding a “Comprehensive Plan for Addressing High Drug Prices.” Skinny labels are back in focus at the White House. On September 9, 2021, the U.S.

Expert Accuses Munsch Hardt Of Reusing His Old Reports

IP Law 360

A phone systems expert has accused Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC and a client of reusing old expert reports of his to trick Telephone Consumer Protection Act plaintiffs in small-dollar arbitration cases into thinking an expensive expert witness had been hired to fight them

Law360's Glass Ceiling Report: What You Need To Know

IP Law 360

Law firms are facing renewed calls to step up their efforts on equity and inclusion. But when it comes to closing the gender gap, law firms still have a long way to go, our annual survey shows

USPTO and Copyright Office Reports Attempt to Quantify Extent and Effect of IP Infringement by State Entities

IP Watchdog

On August 31, at the request of Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT), the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USTPO) provided a report to Congress analyzing infringement disputes between patent and trademark rights holders and states and state entities.

[Video] FCPA Compliance Report - Mike DeBernardis on Enforcement and Oversight in Q2-2021

JD Supra Law

In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, Tom Fox is joined by fan fav and Hughes Hubbard & Reed partner Mike DeBernardis. We take a look back at some of the vital enforcement actions and issues from Q2-2021.

Commerce's NTIA Releases Report on Current and Projected Federal Use of Spectrum by Space-Based Systems

U.S. Department of Commerce

Commerce's NTIA Releases Report on Current and Projected Federal Use of Spectrum by Space-Based Systems. Today, NTIA released a first-of-its-kind report documenting the wide array of current and projected spectrum uses by space-based systems. To learn more, read the full report.

Conference Report: UIC Law Thinking Internationally about IP and ADR - What Every Lawyer & Corporate Counsel Should Know

The IPKat

Adam Ernette from UIC Law reports: " A key theme in the Seminar was the opportunities for, and obstacles to, normalizing the use of ADR in IP cases. ADR AmeriKat arbitration & IP event report FRAND IPOS litigation SEP Singapore IP UIC UIC Law WIPO

Name, Image and Likeness Scouting Report, Week 6: Midseason Update — Five NIL Trends We’re Watching

JD Supra Law

The Iron Bowl is the name given to the annual Alabama–Auburn football rivalry: a key late-season matchup between the Auburn University Tigers and University of Alabama Crimson Tide, both charter members of the Southeastern Conference.