Register those Textile Designs . . . just like Kanye
We’ve seen the Cheerleader Case begin to have some positive effect at the Copyright Office for clothing design. The “Cheerleader Case,” you may recall, was Star Athletica, LLC v. Varsity Brands, Inc., a Supreme Court case over the extent to which one uniform manufacturer could stop another from using substantially similar arrangements of blocks, stripes, … Continue reading Register those Textile Designs . . . just like Kanye
Too Busy To Brag® | Update: Corbello v. Valli et al.
Last e-newsletter I reviewed the amicus curiae brief for Corbello v. Valli et al., the “Jersey Boys” case, submitted in October to the Ninth Circuit federal court. Since then, first-chair David Friedlander and I have been responding to the plaintiff’s inexhaustible filings, including both an opposition to our amicus and a motion to strike our … Continue reading Too Busy To Brag® | Update: Corbello v. Valli et al.