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Trademarks Sought to Name the Shopping Days After Thanksgiving.
Dispute over the validity of stem cell patents between Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and public interest advocacy groups; Federal Circuit Court balances patent process with public health concerns.
Issuances of gun-related patents have reached a 35-year high. With increased gun regulation frequently being discussed in both federal and state legislatures, firearm sales have skyrocketed. Gun manufacturers have attempted to capitalize on this increase by developing weapons that are more accurate and easier to use.
The U.S. Army reached a $50 million settlement with software manufacturer Apptricity. Apptricity sued the Army for the illegal copying and distribution of purchased software. The software allows the military to track supplies and troops, as well as plan for emergency and disaster relief.
Move over .com and .org – .uno and .menu have gone live. Since the 1990s, competition over domain names has led the government to experiment with solutions to improve the Internet Domain Name System. The …
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled that Agence France-Presse and image licensor Getty Images owed photographer Daniel Morel $1.2 Million in damages for using images of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake that Morel had posted on …
Kitson under fire for the sale of T-shirts designed with heavily regulated and abused prescription drug names. Kitson company, A-List Inc, and designer Brian Lichtenberg, sued for trademark infringement by drug company AbbVie.
With these Thanksgiving-related innovations, Americans who want to celebrate this holiday season year-round can now do so with less of a hassle.
Roll Tide, Rammer Jammer, and Crimson Tide are all phrases heard regularly in Tuscaloosa and the rest of the state of Alabama, but think twice before put one of those sayings on a t-shirt or even a cookie.