The Supreme Court, in an 8-1 decision, rejected the Patent and Trademark Office’s (PTO)
“sweeping rule” that the combination of a generic word and “.com” remains generic,
and thus ineligible for trademark registration.
Booking.com was originally rejected from...
A judge from the District of New Jersey denied
Bayer Corporation et al.’s motion to dismiss a product liability case alleging gadolinium-based
contrast agents (GBCAs) caused the plaintiff’s Gadolinium Deposition Disease
(GDD). Bayer and co-defendants opposed
the original complaint,...
On Friday, a panel of Sixth Circuit Judges reversed a judgment from the Western District of Tennessee and remanded for entry of an amended damages award to the City of Memphis for land damage caused...
Several cases were filed last week against the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) over the rollback of previously established regulations
under the Clean Water Act. Specifically,
the groups are challenging the EPA’s redefining of the term “waters of the
On Thursday, a panel of Fifth Circuit Judges affirmed
from the Southern District of Mississippi, which dismissed a case that
attempted to challenge Congress’s power to delegate regulation of smoking
products to the Secretary of Health and...
A federal judge held Wednesday that a breach of contract claims in a case against Crown Valley Winery, Inc. can proceed, dismissing fraud and unjust enrichment claims. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh of the Eastern...