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There are a number of requirements that must be met for an invention to be patentable. The invention must be novel (unique) and nonobvious ..read more
Lil Nas X broke onto the scene in spectacular fashion when he released the viral sensation “Old Town Road,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus ..read more
Generally, the title to a single motion picture is not entitled to trademark protection.  This is the same for the title to single books ..read more
In Guardant Health, Inc. v. Foundation Medicine, Inc., 1-17-cv-01616 (DDE 2020-01-07, Order), the Court rejected the Plaintiff’s ..read more
In February 1996, faced with increasing public concern about the availability of pornography on the internet, as well as recent court ..read more
The Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) may reject a patent application on several different grounds.  One of those grounds is obviousness ..read more
To use a textbook or other reference to challenge the validity of a patent in a petition for inter partes review (“IPR”), the textbook ..read more
When Disney chose to delay the production and release of merchandise related to The Child—commonly referred to as Baby Yoda—from its ..read more
In the early 2000’s, an all-girl band called 3LW performed a song called “Playas Gon’ Play,”  which was written by Sean Hall and ..read more
In a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court in Peter v. NantKwest, case number 18-801, struck down the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ..read more

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