U.S. State Trademark and Unfair Competition Law
This reference provides a singular, comprehensive source for facts, commentary, and analysis on U.S. state and unfair competition law in each of the 50 states and Puerto Rico. It’s updated annually by practitioners in each state.
This classic training aid provides a thorough introduction to trademark practice and procedure―whether for administrators or young practitioners.
It offers step-by-step guidance through core chapters complemented by checklists, practice tips, and illustrations of documents and forms. It covers the role and function of trademarks, selection and clearance, registration, maintenance, business transactions, litigation, international practice, ethics, and other key topics.
These documents, compiled by Ford Bubala & Associates, provide short excerpts from U.S. federal court opinions that discuss the use of survey evidence in trademark litigation under the Lanham Act.
Concise and to the point, these papers cover trademark issues of special relevance to particular industries and provide background on legal concepts within a business context for both attorneys and corporate executives.
This series covers procedures for performing particular tasks or functions and illustrates the order in which you should take relevant actions. A valuable asset in the legal practice setting, it can help you efficiently check off critical considerations and countless details.
As brand owners prepare for Brexit, think of this as a briefing note to your counsel or your company’s board on the key issues regarding brands and the need to allocate sufficient resources to prepare for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union.