• Posts Tagged ‘irrevocable’

    Were the Assignments Valid?

    by  • March 18, 2019 • copyright • 2 Comments

    Sometimes a case sends you back to the basics. This was one of those cases for me. Copyright infringement claims against Dollar General appear to be the driving force behind a sequence of assignments of the copyrights for some toys. The relevant chain of title for the copyrights was Acquawood => Focus Brand Limited...

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    Is It Really “Irrevocable”?

    by  • October 18, 2010 • copyright, trademark

    Construe this contract, applying Puerto Rican law: 2.  “Walter Mercado” Mark.* * * (b) Mercado hereby irrevocably assigns to Bart throughout the Territory during the Term, all right, title and interest in and to the Mark, together with that part of the goodwill of Mercado’s business connected with and symbolized by said Mark, for...

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