Improper Use of a Trademark

Continuing with this month’s theory of improper use, under trademark law, one can improperly use a trademark or service mark under a legal theory referred to as passing off. In “passing off,” a seller associates another party’s mark with a good or service. The law of passing off concerns unfair competition more generally in situations Read more about Improper Use of a Trademark[…]

Non-Obviousness requirement of Patents

A patent gives an inventor a right to exclude others from making, using, or selling the patented invention for a certain period of time. Patents are a form of property right that is granted by federal patent law, which is administered by the United States Patent and Trademark Office USPTO. The main objective of patent Read more about Non-Obviousness requirement of Patents[…]