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Posted on: Jul 31, 2020

Many schools throughout the Indianapolis area have chosen to push back their start dates or have an all virtual start, and it's possible that local or state officials will eventually mandate that all schools follow suit. This fall will bring even more uncertainty into our lives as we send our children back to school. So, what is a working parent to do?

Posted on: Jul 31, 2020

Many schools throughout the Indianapolis area have chosen to push back their start dates or have an all virtual start, and it's possible that local or state officials will eventually mandate that all schools follow suit. This fall will bring even more uncertainty into our lives as we send our children back to school. So, what is a working parent to do?

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

The Copyright Office is further extending the temporary adjustments to certain timing provisions under the Copyright Act for persons affected by the COVID-19 national emergency.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

The Copyright Office is further extending the temporary adjustments to certain timing provisions under the Copyright Act for persons affected by the COVID-19 national emergency.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

Under this program, the USPTO will accept petitions to advance the review process of an initial application examination for marks used to identify qualifying COVID-19 medical products and services. The fee for such a petition will be waived.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

Under this program, the USPTO will accept petitions to advance the review process of an initial application examination for marks used to identify qualifying COVID-19 medical products and services. The fee for such a petition will be waived.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

Under this new program, the USPTO will accept petitions to advance the initial examination of applications for marks used to identify qualifying COVID-19 medical products and services. Additionally, the USPTO will waive the fee for such petitions.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

Under this new program, the USPTO will accept petitions to advance the initial examination of applications for marks used to identify qualifying COVID-19 medical products and services. Additionally, the USPTO will waive the fee for such petitions.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

On May 4, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in United States Patent and Trademark Office, et. al., v. Booking.com B.V., (Case No. 19-46) in the first-ever virtual hearing on the intersection of trademark law and domain names. The pivotal question of this case was ripe for review given the Circuit splits on whether top-level domain names—such as “.com”—transform a generic term like BOOKING into a non-generic, registrable trademark.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2020

On May 4, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in United States Patent and Trademark Office, et. al., v. Booking.com B.V., (Case No. 19-46) in the first-ever virtual hearing on the intersection of trademark law and domain names. The pivotal question of this case was ripe for review given the Circuit splits on whether top-level domain names—such as “.com”—transform a generic term like BOOKING into a non-generic, registrable trademark.


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