Recent Publications - Intellectual Property
November 28, 2023 |
Michael Cannata, Frank Misiti and Mohammed Haque published the article, “Just How Long is the Long Arm of the Law? The Supreme Court Takes on the Extraterritorial Application of the Lanham Act,” in the Fall 2023 issue of USLAW Magazine.
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August 2, 2023 | |
Steven Shapiro and Marc Ullman wrote the article, “What Dietary Supplement Companies Can Do to Address Potential Counterfeiting of Their Products,” for the August 2023 issue of Nutrition Industry Executive.
The article explains how counterfeit products are going mainstream by moving to legitimate websites. It details how two dietary supplement companies determined that a fraudsters wereRead More
June 9, 2023 |
The party is on in Lynchburg, Tennessee this weekend. In a unanimous decision authored by Justice Kagan, the Supreme Court held that the threshold First Amendment protections afforded by the “Rogers Test” do not apply where an alleged infringer uses a mark as a designation of source for the infringer’s own goods. In doing so,Read More
January 12, 2023 |
The New York Intellectual Property Association’s Copyright Committee published a podcast by members Nancy Del Pizzo of Rivkin Radler and Mendel Epstein of Wilson Elser. The podcast is a discussion about non fungible tokens (“NFTs”) and potential copyright issues associated with NFTs.
Nancy and Mendel discuss an array of digital assets such as art, musicRead More
December 28, 2022 |
The phrase “waiting all day for Sunday night” is usually associated with football. But this Sunday, it may be associated with something entirely different — a potential trademark dispute.
After years of fighting over its previous name, the Washington Commanders are no strangers to trademark disputes. But this potential dispute is a little different. AccordingRead More
October 3, 2022 |
Courts are split on whether it is copyright infringement to link to or “embed” a post from a social media site intended for sharing posts, when the post (and all of its content) remains on the original server. Does the location of the server matter? Does a new copyright claim accrue anew each day anRead More
March 17, 2022 |
Since the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) adopted its Interim Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) Policy in June 2021, which allows college athletes to receive NIL-based compensation, businesses and athletes alike have capitalized on the new rules by entering into varied sponsorship deals. These collaborations between businesses and athletes have ranged from multimillion-dollar endorsement dealsRead More
December 23, 2021 | |
Today, much of our lives are documented through digital devices and assets, instead of, for example, through things such as traditional family photo albums. But while photo albums are easily passed on after death, passing along digital assets present additional challenges. Expectedly, there are laws which address the ownership of digital assets. That said, despiteRead More
July 16, 2021 |
Businesses have been champing at the bit for a chance to collaborate more with college athletes for years. Until recently, however, those collaborations were not possible because college athletes were prohibited from profiting off their name and likeness and entering into sponsorship deals under the rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Over theRead More
December 21, 2020 |
Gregory Miller’s article, “Concise-ly is Not Nice,” was recently published in the Writer’s Corner of the New Jersey Lawyer.
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