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Federal Circuit Vacated The Denial of an Injunction Because a Causal Nexus for Multi-Feature Products Only Requires a Feature to be ‘A Driver’ of Demand
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By Jonathan E Moskin
In Blumenthal Distributing, Inc. v. Herman Miller, Inc., the 9th Circuit considered whether or not the or not the best-selling piece of furniture ever is functional.
By Kyle-Beth Hilfer
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed brands headlong into e-commerce. Certain advertising and marketing practices led to litigation in 2020. Brands and their legal counsel should target these hot topics for legal vetting and risk mitigation as we move forward into 2021.
By Shaleen J. Patel and Mike Hobbs
Would Shakespeare Post Hamlet on Instagram in 2020?
Recent legal and procedural developments associated with the ubiquitous Instagram social media site have created significant practical and legal risks for both copyright owners and account holders.
By Brenda Holmes
A patentee should consider patent marking issues when negotiating a patent license, as well as during the term of the license. Otherwise, the patentee may find that its damages for patent infringement are limited due to its licensee’s failure to mark.