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Rimon’s representation of Nirvana in copyright claims against Marc Jacobs covered extensively by Law360 and Bloomberg Law

news Rimon’s representation of Nirvana in copyright claims against Marc Jacobs covered extensively by Law360 and Bloomberg Law Mark S. Lee · Rimon’s representation of Nirvana in copyright claims against Marc Jacobs covered extensively by Law360 and Bloomberg Law Kendra Orr · November 15, 2019

Rimon IP Partner, Mark Lee, and associate, Kendra Orr, represent Nirvana L.L.C. in a lawsuit filed against Marc Jacobs International and certain retailers in the Central District of California alleging copyright infringement, violations of the Lanham Act, trademark infringement, and unfair competition in connection with Defendants’ creation, advertising, and sale of merchandise bearing a design…

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Jill Berliner quoted in Vogue article about infringement of Rimon client Nirvana’s copyright

news Jill Berliner quoted in Vogue article about infringement of Rimon client Nirvana’s copyright Jill H. Berliner · August 9, 2019

Rimon Partner Jill Berliner was recently quoted in Vogue Business about copyright infringement on popular rock band Nirvana. Last year, Marc Jacobs released a Grunge Redux line with a T-shirt that had a familiar look. Nirvana also noticed the smiley face logo, which resembles the one famously used on its merchandise. That led Nirvana LLC, which is…

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The PROTECT IP Act Blacklists IP Infringing Websites: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Costs?

insights July 15, 2011

On May 12, 2011, Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy introduced the Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011 (PROTECT IP Act) to the Senate Judiciary Committee.  The bill is a revised version of the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (COICA), which was unsuccessful a year ago. The…

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