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Trademark infringement litigation is used to enforce trademark rights during a pandemic

Trademark Rights during a Pandemic

Enforcing Trademark Rights during a Pandemic In an unlikely scenario, 3M has filed a lawsuit against a reseller of N95 surgical masks to enforce its trademark rights during a pandemic. The reseller, a medical supply company selling surgical masks to NY City for use during the pandemic, was price-gouging city officials.  3M brought suit against Read more about Trademark Rights during a Pandemic[…]

Copyright

Because of Blackbeard, States free to Loot

On March 23, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a state cannot be sued for copyright infringement.  The basis for the Court’s ruling dates back to 1718 and involves the pirate, Edward Teach (aka Blackbeard). In 1718, Blackbeard’s ship sank off the coast of North Carolina. The wreckage was discovered 300 years later, in 1996.  Read more about Because of Blackbeard, States free to Loot[…]