Monthly Archives: September 2009

Fraud On The Trademark Office Isn’t What It Used To Be — In re Bose Corp.

With the stroke of a quill pen pulled from their cap or with the tap of a keyboard, the Federal Circuit may have relegated an intensely litigated and debated line of fraud cases to the ancient history books.  Likewise, it may yet … Continue reading

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Judge Posner’s Copyright Proposal To Save The Newspapers — A Cosmic Paperboy?

I still turn to newspapers, whether on paper or on the Internet for my primary source of news, but it is no secret that newspapers are fighting for their lives — not unlike Bruce Willis in pretty much any Die Hard movie.  Newspapers, rallying … Continue reading

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