Entries tagged “Trademark”
Insight Douglas J. Schneller · June 11, 2019
Rimon’s Intellectual Property and Litigation Partner Maxim Waldbaum Speaking at AIPLA’s Design Rights Boot Camp
Aug 05, 2019In April 2017, Mr. Waldbaum, along with the AIPLA DESIGNS Committee, created the first Design Rights Boot Camp to cover all aspects of IP protection for designs, including patent, trademark, copyright, unfair competition, states’ rights and common law. Continuing this concept, on August 5-6, 2019, the AIPLA will host a two-day Design Rights Boot
Rimon Partner Mark Lee’s article “The European Union’s New Copyright Directive” published in the Daily Journal
Insight Mark S. Lee · March 01, 2019
News May 02, 2018
Oct 5, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM ESTIn this webinar, Rimon Partner Marc Kaufman and Questel Sales Director Austin Englert will discuss new techniques and tools for identifying and addressing intellectual property (IP) risk. You will learn how to identify potential hazards, convey them to business leaders, and develop strategies to achieve business goals while minimizing
Intellectual Property and Commercial Litigation Attorney, Matthew Poppe, joins Rimon as Partner in its Palo Alto office
News July 07, 2017
Insight October 05, 2012
Somewhere in the suburbs of Seattle, never mind where exactly, there is a little apocryphal, bakery called FRIAR ANGELINO’S. It makes the best bread imaginable – a circle of sourdough, with a flaky outer crust and a warm, spongy interior. Above the entrance is an old weather-beaten sign depicting a rotund, smiling monk, with a bottle of wine in one hand and a loaf of bread in the other. Not long ago, an investor approached the owner. A deal was struck, and now FRIAR ANGELINO’S bakery franchises are springing up throughout the region. The loaves of bread have also begun appearing in supermarkets, wrapped in simple brown paper bearing the bakery’s trademark: the name FRIAR ANGELINO’S and a picture of a fat, smiling monk.
Insight July 08, 2011
Earlier this year in March, Amazon launched the Amazon Appstore, which was then a new avenue for buying Android apps. Almost immediately after the launch, Apple proceeded to file a trademark infringement suit against Amazon over the usage of the “Appstore” phrase. The case is contingent upon whether “app store” can be deemed a generic term that simply describes any app marketplace, as opposed to one of Apple’s trademarks – a unique, company-specific element that identifies the company’s brand and distinguishes its products and services from that of other companies.
Insight June 24, 2011
Being that my brand is BrandGeek®, when I saw the Wall Street Journal headline, “Now That Everyone Wants to Be a Geek, Lawyers Have Been Called,” I thought trouble surely was headed my way. Thankfully, I’m not pedaling electronics, nor religion via VW Beetle, so it appears I’m safe. For now. Imagine the panic when I first saw the headline in an e-mail from my friend Julie Markham at Greenlighted. I could only imagine tomorrow’s headline, “Trademark Attorney Tried for Infringement,” but I knew I’d done my due diligence, so it had to be something else.
Insight February 26, 2011
The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California recently ruled that the purchase of a competitor's registered trademark through Google Inc.'s AdWords program for sponsored keyword advertising on the search engine website constituted "use in commerce" under the Latham Act.