Posts Categorized: Court Decisions

Donika Pentcheva’s Legal Research Has Been Cited by Amicus In A Case Before The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Donika Pentcheva’s legal research was cited in Brief of Amici Curiae All Market Inc., Case-Mate Inc., General Mills, Inc., Herman Miller, Inc., Honeywell International, Inc., Mark Anthony International Srl, Owens Corning Intellectual Capital, LLC, Princeton Vanguard, LLC and Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. in Support of Converse, Inc. in a case pending before the United States Court of […]

Donika Pentcheva’s Research Has Been Cited in The Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal

Donika Pentcheva’s research involving intellectual property law has been cited in the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal, The University of Texas School of Law’s premier student-run law journal for cutting-edge, substantive legal issues in Intellectual Property, Patents and emerging technologies. The article is titled: “Rogue One: Section 285 Attorney’s Fees in Doctrinal Patent Ineligibility Cases.” […]

Adding “.com” To A Generic Name Can Create A Protectable Trademark

In an 8-1 majority decision, the United States Supreme Court held that adding “.com” to a generic name can create a protectable trademark. United States Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B.V. A generic name is the name of a class of products or services. Id. A term styled “generic.com” is a generic name for […]