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7 Dec 2023, 6:48 am by Scott Bomboy
Scott Bomboy is the editor in chief of the National Constitution Center. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
6 Dec 2023, 10:00 pm
Partners Jennifer Breen, Richard Zarin, Daniel Carmody, Stephen Tirrell, and Jedd Wider, with associate Scott Lee, co-authored an article for Law360 looking at the US Tax Court’s recent decision in Soroban Capital Partners LP v. [read post]
5 Dec 2023, 8:37 am by Erica Canas
Secondary meaning generally requires a showing that the design: has been in substantial commercial use (as shown by marketing budgets and materials, number of sales, surveys, and the like)the source has used the design continuously and exclusively (at least 5 years), and is distinctive (relative to other similar products).Trade dress protection can be raised as a legal claim in a law suit against, for example, someone selling or manufacturing knockoff products, such as in the Jason Scott… [read post]
4 Dec 2023, 7:41 am by CMS
In this post, Phil Woodfield and Elizabeth Lombardo of CMS comment on the Supreme Court’s decision in Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter [2023] UKSC 41, which was handed down on 15 November 2023. [read post]