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Echoes From Oscar Wilde In Luster Products, Inc. v. John M. Van Zandt d/b/a Vanza USA, Opposition No. 91202788 (TTAB 11/28/2012)

A recent decision by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”), in an opposition proceeding captioned Luster Products, Inc. v. John M. Van Zandt, reminds us of the age old Oscar Wilde adage warning us of dangers in making assumptions.  In a precedential decision, the TTAB shot down the […]

Kurt Anderson Quoted in NJ Biz Article on ‘Copyleft’

Kurt Anderson of GH&C’s Intellectual Property Practice Area was quoted in a NJ Biz article on November 26th regarding the legal complications associated with ‘copyleft’ and other open-source software. To read the full article, please follow this link.