Monthly Archives: July 2015

4th Circuit denies rehearing in In re GNC

😦 If this ruling sticks and is actually applied in Lanham Act cases (something of which I am uncertain), then the resulting circuit split would probably justify Supreme Court review, given the Court’s newfound interest in 43(a)(1)(B). from Blogger http://ift.tt/1SguBHc

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4th Circuit denies rehearing in In re GNC

😦 If this ruling sticks and is actually applied in Lanham Act cases (something of which I am uncertain), then the resulting circuit split would probably justify Supreme Court review, given the Court’s newfound interest in 43(a)(1)(B). http://tushnet.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 9

Session 6 | Josh Sarnoff (DePaul University), Moderator   In Search of a Trade Mark: Search practices and Bureaucratic Poetry Jose Bellido and Hyo Yoon Kang (University of Kent, UK) Commentator | Amanda Scardamaglia (Swinburne Law School)   Enhanced searching: … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 8

Methodology: What should histories and theories of IP be doing? What role should interdisciplinarity play? | Martha Woodmansee (Case Western Reserve University), Moderator   Lionel Bently (Cambridge) We tolerated the use of the term “IP” to discuss the field, though … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 9

Session 6 | Josh Sarnoff (DePaul University), Moderator   In Search of a Trade Mark: Search practices and Bureaucratic Poetry Jose Bellido and Hyo Yoon Kang (University of Kent, UK) Commentator | Amanda Scardamaglia (Swinburne Law School)   Enhanced searching: … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 8

Methodology: What should histories and theories of IP be doing? What role should interdisciplinarity play? | Martha Woodmansee (Case Western Reserve University), Moderator   Lionel Bently (Cambridge) We tolerated the use of the term “IP” to discuss the field, though … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, Part 7

Session 5 | Martin Fredriksson (Linköping University, Sweden), Moderator   Open Source Intelligence: Counterinsurgency, State Secrets, and Small Novels Joseph Slaughter (Columbia) Commentator | Catherine Bond (University of New South Wales)   Operation of IP in the context of torture, … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, Part 7

Session 5 | Martin Fredriksson (Linköping University, Sweden), Moderator   Open Source Intelligence: Counterinsurgency, State Secrets, and Small Novels Joseph Slaughter (Columbia) Commentator | Catherine Bond (University of New South Wales)   Operation of IP in the context of torture, … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 6

Session 4 | Traci Zimmerman (James Madison University), Moderator   Confederate Copyright: The Role of Nationalism in Designing a Copyright Regime Shane Valenzi (Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm, Chicago) Commentator | Shyam Balganesh (University of Pennsylvania)   In addition to … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 6

Session 4 | Traci Zimmerman (James Madison University), Moderator   Confederate Copyright: The Role of Nationalism in Designing a Copyright Regime Shane Valenzi (Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm, Chicago) Commentator | Shyam Balganesh (University of Pennsylvania)   In addition to … Continue reading

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