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U.S. Trademark Office Makes Process Changes to Combat Bad Faith Filings

May 12th, 2020

The ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 has changed the way the United States Patent and Trademark Office operates, but the work of protecting intellectual property continues, albeit in a different manner. So, when a public meeting of the Trademark Public Advisory Committee (TPAC) was held on April 17, 2020, it was held online.

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Supreme Court Ushers in Flexible Rule for Profit Payouts in Trademark Cases

May 4th, 2020

A plaintiff in a trademark infringement suit is not required to show willful infringement by the defendant to be awarded profits.

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Why Enroll Your Trademark in the Amazon Brand Registry?

March 15th, 2018

Selling on Amazon is nearly ubiquitous, so it’s imperative to protect your brand – your trademark – across the platform. Amazon has made it easier to do so by overhauling its Brand Registry last year and creating, in their own words, “an accurate and trusted experience for customers.” As a brand owner, you must have a dual focus on strengthening and protecting your brand while also engaging and serving your customers. The Amazon Brand Registry supports this dual focus.

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