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Fish Trademark & Copyright Thoughts Blog

Sharing the latest news and developments in trademark, copyright, and media law.

Fish Trademark & Copyright Thoughts Blog
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April 2, 2020
Supreme Court Rules States “Arrrrgh” Immune from Copyright Infringement Suits
Author: Sarah Kelleher
Blog
March 27, 2020
Led Zeppelin Paves the Way for Katy Perry
Author: Jenifer deWolf Paine
Blog
March 12, 2020
Led Zeppelin Victorious at the Ninth Circuit
Author: Jenifer deWolf Paine
January 8, 2020
Supreme Court Holds USPTO Cannot Recover Its Attorney's Fees Under § 145
Author: Ryan Steinman
Blog
December 9, 2019
Trademarks 101
Authors: Nancy Ly, Keith A. Barritt
Blog
November 12, 2019
United States Supreme Court Holds Trademark Licensee Can Continue to Use Mark After Licensor Bankruptcy
Author: Jenifer deWolf Paine
Blog
October 10, 2019
Protecting Brands on Social Media
Authors: Michelle Oberfell Parsons, Lisa Greenwald-Swire
Blog
July 26, 2019
Heightened Scrutiny of Specimens of Use at U.S. Trademark Office
Author: Keith A. Barritt
July 3, 2019
New Rule Requires Foreign-Domiciled Trademark Applicants, Registrants, and Parties at TTAB to Be Represented by U.S. Attorney
Author: Keith A. Barritt
Blog
June 27, 2019
First Amendment: 3, Lanham Act: 0 - SCOTUS Holds Lanham Act Prohibition on Immoral and Scandalous Marks is Unconstitutional Restriction on Free Speech
Authors: Annie Hartnett, Kristen McCallion
Blog
January 30, 2019
2018 Trademark and Copyright Year in Review
Authors: Nancy Ly, Kristen McCallion, Cynthia Johnson Walden
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