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  1. Proving and Disproving Trade Secret Claims

    Proving and Disproving Trade Secret Claims

    Dennis Murrell and Robert Theuerkauf from Middleton Reutlinger in Louisville explained how to prove and defend against trade secret claims at the IPI’s Ocean Reef winter conference. Here is a summary of their excellent presentation. Read more

  2. Proving Damages at Trial in Copyright Litigation

    Proving Damages at Trial in Copyright Litigation

    David Leichtman from Robins Kaplan in NY gave us an excellent presentation on proving damages at trial in copyright litigation at the Intellectual Property Institue's Ocean Reef winter conference. Here is my summary of his talk along with links to some of the cases he mentioned and his PowerPoint. Read more

  3. Steps to Obtain a Preliminary Injunction in a Patent Case

    Steps to Obtain a Preliminary Injunction in a Patent Case

    H. Dickson Burton from TraskBritt in Salt Lake City gave a presentation at the IPI's winter conference explaining how to obtain a preliminary injunction in a patent case. Here is my summary of his presentation with links to some of the cases he mentioned. Read more

  4. Guest Post By Robert Cumming: Initial Interest Confusion Under EU Trademark Law

    Guest Post By Robert Cumming: Initial Interest Confusion Under EU Trademark Law

      Introduction by Andrew Berger I am pleased to introduce Robert Cumming who I have enjoyed meeting at INTA and whose blog posts at.www.robertcumming.eu I read with interest. Robert is an experienced IP lawyer with Appleyard Lees, a 32-person firm of European patent and trade mark attorneys.  With a litigation background and qualifications as an English solicitor, Registered UK and European trade mark attorney and Trade Mark Litigator, Robert is just as happy advising on contentious matters as prosecution, strategy and licensing.  He has written and presented on keyword advertising and is working with INTA on a global report analysing the use of survey evidence in trade mark litigation. Read more

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