We previously blogged about Airwair Int’l v. Pull & Bear and how Doc Martens successfully challenged Defendant’s expert who opined on secondary meaning and likelihood of confusion. Now, the shoe is on the other foot. Doc Martens’ expert found himself in the hot seat for continue reading...
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Our IP attorneys at Dorsey practice on the cutting edge of law and technology. This blog harnesses our collective insight and experience in order to serve up relevant and useful information for our clients and others that have interest in the evolving world of IP law. More About the Trademark, Copyright and Advertising and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Groups.
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Jeff advises clients on the availability, registrability, and stre...
J. Michael Keyes is an intellectual property attorney with exten...
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Sarah has over fifteen years’ experience helping clients prot...
Fara assists clients in the development and execution of all type...