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Category Archives: Intellectual Property

DECISION OF NOTE: United States Supreme Court Rules Willful Infringement Not Required To Award Profits In Trademark Infringement Litigation Under 15 U.S.C. §1125(a).

United States Supreme Court Rules Willful Infringement Not Required To Award Profits In Trademark Infringement Litigation Under 15 U.S.C. §1125(a). United States Supreme Court rules that 15 U.S.C. §1125(a) does not require a finding willful infringement in order to warrant an award of infringer’s profits. Decision will likely have far reaching effects on trademark enforcement…
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Data Privacy Attorney Michael J. Feldman Interviewed By Law360 Regarding FTC Enforcement

The “Internet of Things” is rapidly expanding, and most households have at least one physical object which automatically collects and exchanges data wirelessly. Manufacturers of smart devices need to ensure that security vulnerabilities and privacy concerns are rapidly addressed in order to escape the scrutiny of the Federal Trade Commission. Law360 interviewed privacy experts, including our…
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Who Owns Business-Related Social Media Accounts?

A company’s social media page, profile and accounts (and its followers and other connections) are generally considered to be valuable business assets. Recent court decisions illustrate the importance of clear policies and procedures to address ownership and appropriate use of business-related social media assets. While most businesses recognize the importance of maintaining a minimum Internet…
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