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Burger Fight: In-N-Out Sues Smashburger for Trademark Infringement Over Use of “TRIPLE DOUBLE”
Posted on: Sep 6, 2017

The California burger chain In-N-Out has sued Denver-based Smashburger for trademark infringement claiming that its use of TRIPLE DOUBLE for a burger infringes its DOUBLE DOUBLE, TRIPLE TRIPLE and QUAD QUAD marks for burgers. 

US Copyright Law Faces Challenge
Posted on: Aug 31, 2017

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) makes it illegal to bypass software that prevents the copying of protected work in many situations. But the EFF says that violates the right to freedom of expression by limiting what people can do with things they have purchased. It is now suing the US government.

Trademark Office Wants to Make It Easier to Cancel Registrations: Part 2
Posted on: Jul 26, 2017

Trademark practitioners will tell you the U.S. Trademark Office has a deadwood problem – and they do not mean the Trademark Office has an addiction to watching the HBO television series.

Trademark Office Wants to Make It Easier to Cancel Registrations: Part 1
Posted on: Jul 12, 2017

In an effort to maintain a more accurate registry of active trademark registrations, the USPTO is proposing a new streamlined cancellation proceeding. 

A Message From the Chair: Joel Tragesser
Posted on: Jun 27, 2017

Read a message from the 2017 chair, Joel Tragesser, Quarles & Brady LLP. 

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