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July 28, 2017
Patents, their uses, and their purposes, are often misunderstood. These misunderstandings arise from all sorts of places, from Shark Tank® episodes to the movie Flubber®. For most people, misunderstandings about patents are not problematic. For entrepreneurs, business owners, or other decision-makers, these misunderstandings can hamstring a start-up or expose a business to dangerous liabilities. To […]
July 21, 2017
Maschoff Brennan, an intellectual property and complex litigation law firm, expanded its Irvine office with the addition of Shareholder Brent A. Johnson, Ph.D. and Patent Agent Jennifer Zhou, Ph.D. “We’re excited to have Brent and Jennifer join Maschoff Brennan. Their backgrounds in chemistry and life sciences will be a great asset to our clients throughout […]
A Bitter Pill to Swallow? Foreign Drug Makers (and Other Foreign Brand Owners) Can Seek Cancellation of U.S. Marks Under the Lanham Act.
July 14, 2017
In a recent development testing the impact of globalism on U.S. trademark law, the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year declined to review a ruling by the Fourth Circuit that Bayer AG, the German drug maker, had standing under the Lanham Act to sue for injury to its foreign brand, despite never having used or registered […]