• Posts Tagged ‘Ab Coaster’

    Getting Back on the Rails

    by  • April 17, 2017 • trademark • 0 Comments

    I have written extensively in the past about what I consider a misapplication of the anti-trafficking provision of Section 10 of the Lanham Act. Section 10 has a special provision that limits when one can assign an intent-to-use trademark application. After the 1989 amendment to the Lanham Act, companies could file trademark applications before...

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    Assignment of a Part of a Continuation-in-Part?

    by  • September 30, 2012 • patent • 0 Comments

    Plaintiff AB Coaster Holdings Inc. claimed to be the owner of patents that were subject to terminal disclaimers.  Some of the patents were expressly assigned and some were not.  Here are the pairings: ‘633 (assigned) and ‘079 (not expressly assigned)‘445 (not expressly assigned) and ‘263 (assigned)‘079 (not expressly assigned) and ‘263 (assigned) The defendant...

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