• Posts Tagged ‘license’

    The Coup de Grâce for Pooh?

    by  • June 19, 2011 • copyright, trademark

    One opposed mark The TTABlog brings us the last (?) chapter in the Winnie the Pooh story – well, it’s the last pending action at least, after a state court litigation, an appeal of it, a federal court litigation, and an appeal of it, all of which SSI lost.  But never say never. The...

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    Invention Assignment and Shop Right

    by  • May 29, 2011 • patent

    I don’t follow patent law as attentively as I do copyright and trademark, but I don’t recall seeing too many shop right cases.  Maybe this is ordinary stuff, but it was new to me. First though is the dispute over who owned the invention, the employee or the employer. Normally it’s pretty well defined...

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