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TM scholars’ roundtable, part 5

Session 3: The Implications of Tam (and Brunetti) What are the implications of the Tam Court’s First Amendment analysis for other subsections of Lanham Act Section 2?  What are the implications beyond Section 2?  For example, is dilution protection now … Continue reading

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WIPIP, part 5

Zvi S. Rosen, The Lost (and Found) Copyright Records Before July 1870, copyright registrations were at each federal district court.  Form of oath dictated by statute; also deposited title page.  Deposit records; assignment records; indexes; misc. other records.  Process: register … Continue reading

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TM Scholars’ roundtable, part 5

Session 3: Remedies In recent years, trademark scholarship has focused largely on questions of subject matter and scope, including much critical assessment of standards for infringement and dilution.  In this brief discussion, we will turn our attention to remedies, and … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, Part 5

Session 3 | Marianne DahlĂ©n (Uppsala University, Sweden), Moderator   Design and Copyright: An Open Question? Stina Teilmann-Lock (University of Southern Denmark) Commentator | Jessica Silbey (Northeastern University)   Openness in the law for fair followers?  Design in law in … Continue reading

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