An IP Primer – Part 3: What are the first steps an organization should take when accused of infringement?

Dec 29, 2014 By: Patrick Hughes

Any company can be the target of an infringement suit, even if that company owns no patents, holds no copyright registrations and has no registered trademarks.

An IP Primer – Part 2: What significant court cases are occurring that require attention?

Dec 19, 2014 By: Patrick Hughes and Jason Seashore

The Supreme Court cases attorneys at corporations probably should know involve ways of mitigating the cost of suits brought by patent holders

Facebook wins transfer of dozen allegedly faux ‘Facebook’ domains (WIPO)

Mar 3, 2014 By: Jason Seashore

The World Intellectual Property Organization recently awarded Facebook Inc. ownership of 12 domain names belonging to several registrants, deeming each of the domains confusingly similar to the “Facebook” trademark.