Trademark Law

Intellectual Property Law

Actor in ‘Goodfellas’ sues Fox for $250M, says wise guy in Simpsons cartoon is based on him

Trademark Law

Chobani is accused of violating ‘how’ trademark with its marketing campaign

Trademark Law

ALS Association seeks trademark for ‘ice bucket challenge’

Intellectual Property Law

Hacking software in Batman movie doesn’t infringe on real-life product, says 7th Circuit

Internet Law

Gadfly buys website in DA’s name after he lets registration expire

Around the Blawgosphere

Wearing a ‘smartwatch’ to court | Trademarking a hog call | Better Call Saul—and here’s the number

Legal Marketing

Brewery sues DUI law firm, says look-alike ‘Sessions Law’ mark confuses ‘Session Lager’ customers

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer sued by Judge Judy over TV ads says stations urged him to participate

Intellectual Property Law

John Wayne’s heirs sue Duke University

Intellectual Property Law

Jones Day and digital rights group face off in war of words over Detroit bankruptcy parody site

Entertainment & Sports Law

Washington Redskins team loses trademark registration

Intellectual Property Law

Hershey’s candy sues state senator Hershey over his campaign signs

Trials & Litigation

A sweet federal court ruling for Mister Softee owners doesn’t prevent Master Softee ice cream sales

Intellectual Property Law

Famed ‘Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee settles suit against hometown museum

Trials & Litigation

Akin Gump withdraws from case after winning $25M jury verdict, says client admitted evidence issues

Intellectual Property Law

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee wants to reinstate lawsuit against hometown museum

Trademark Law

‘Stop the Islamization of America’ is disparaging and can’t be trademarked, Federal Circuit says

Trials & Litigation

Delaware Chancery Court uses little-known power, issues arrest warrant for party in corporate case

Around the Blawgosphere

Blog offers immigration help to Nigella Lawson | Celeb podcaster fights patent troll

Advertising Law

5th Circuit: Law firm sued for libel over website seeking clients isn’t protected by SLAPP statute