Posts from May 2020.
A U.S. trademark application may be found to be void from the beginning if it is filed in the wrong name.
Many of us are looking for humor to divert our attention from Coronavirus cabin fever.
We are reminded of two cases in which animals—respectively a monkey and a cat—were held not to have ownership rights in intellectual property. It is curious that these rights were seriously asserted in the first place, and that they were dealt with in a semi-serious manner in the second place.