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Federal Circuit Holds Trademark Office’s Ban on “Disparaging” Marks Unconstitutional

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Commil USA v Cisco- Belief of Invalidity Doesn’t Matter

On May 26, the Supreme Court finally drew a line in the sand on indirect patent infringement defenses. Enter: COMMIL USA, LLC v. CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. Previously, the Federal Circuit held that “evidence of an accused inducer’s good-faith belief of invalidity may negate the requisite intent for induced infringement,” Commil USA LLC v. Cisco Systems Inc., No. 2012-1042, slip … Continue Reading

Mann Law Group Gets Jury Verdict in Patent Case

We’ve been exceptionally busy lately, so this is the first time we’ve had some time to actually take a look at what we’ve accomplished. The Mann Law Group, now with a new associate Timothy Billick (bio and press release to come later), partnered up with John Whitaker to obtain a unanimous jury verdict award in … Continue Reading
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