Too Busy To Brag®
I was particularly pleased with the Ninth Circuit’s decision as the Dramatists Legal Defense Fund (DLDF) commissioned me to draft its Amicus Brief, with full support from Executive Director, Ralph Sevush, and additional comments by David Friedlander who submitted the brief on the DLDF’s behalf. The Amicus Brief argued that the plaintiff’s claims were barred … Continue reading Too Busy To Brag®
U.S. Attorney Required for Foreign Trademark
Over the summer, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) amended Trademark Rule 2.11 requiring foreign applicants, registrants, or parties to any trademark proceeding to be represented by a U.S. attorney. You know you’re a foreign applicant if you have no domicile in the U.S. The question, then, becomes what is a domicile?