Posts Tagged ‘trademark infringement’
  1. October 6, 2010

    Chloé v. Queen Bee: its Impact on Trademark Infringement Actions Against Internet Counterfeiters:Teleconference

    Andrew will moderate a one-hour teleconference sponsored by Law Seminars International next Wednesday October 6 at 1 pm NY time discussing the recent 2d Circuit case of Chloé v. Queen Bee and its impact on  trademark infringement actions against Internet counterfeiters. Here is the link to the program brochure. The panelists are Joan K. Archer, Esq. of Lathrop & Gage LLP in  Kansas City, Missouri  and Eric J.

  2. August 17, 2010

    Chloé v. Queen Bee of Beverly Hills: The Second Circuit Stretches New York’s Long-Arm Statute in Response to Counterfeit Infringement Over the Internet

    Counterfeit infringement over the Internet continues to grow. With the web erasing marketing and distribution hurdles, it is easier than ever for Internet marketers in Bangladesh to sell counterfeit goods in Spokane. Owners seeking to compel counterfeiters to defend trademark infringement actions in the owner’s home court face jurisdictional due process issues. Often the counterfeiters only contacts with the local forum are a sale there that infringes plaintiff’s trademark plus sales of products bearing the marks of others.

  3. May 4, 2010

    How to Brand, License and Protect your Intellectual Property, Sponsored by the Cornell Entrepreneurial Network, May 4, 2010

    Andrew will be a panelist at a program sponsored by the Cornell Entrepreneurial Network entitled How to Brand, License and Protect your Intellectual Property. It will take place at the Cornell Club in New York on May 4, 2010 beginning at 6 pm. Other panelists are Stephanie A. Jacqueney, Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs Madison Square Garden, L.P.

  4. April 7, 2009

    Spark Brand Protection Talk April 7, 2009

      Andrew spoke to Spark, a group of independent designers, on April 7, 2009 on copyright issues. Joining him that evening was Donald Prutzman, a partner at Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt, LLP who spoke on trademark basics. See http://tinyurl.com/yeergp6.

  5. October 23, 2008

    How to Protect Your Copyrighted and Trademarked Works in an Internet Age

      Sponsored by Hudson Valley Bank and CUNY Law School on October 23, 2008 and presented by Andrew Berger and Donald Prutzman. Andrew outlined copyright basics; and Donald explained trademark basics. For an outline of copyright basics presentation, please click here. For an outline of the trademark basics presentation, please click here.

  6. April 16, 2005

    When Is A Parody Protected By Fair Use, Posted on editorialphoto.com

    This article focuses on a David v. Goliath copyright battle. Thomas Forsythe, a professional photographer, created more than 70 photographs that parodied the Barbie doll. Mattel, not pleased that its billion-dollar Barbie line was the subject of ridicule, sued Forsythe for copyright infringement. After 4 years of litigation, Mattel lost its case and had to pay Forsythe’s legal fees and expenses totaling more than $2 million, which Forsythe received as he advised me in a phone call.

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