The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday, April 23, 2020 that a trademark infringement plaintiff doesn’t have to show willful infringement by the defendant to obtain an award of profits. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch wrote the opinion for the court. Gorsuch said the Lanham Act’s wording does not support a willfulness requirement in suits for false … Continue reading Supreme Court rules willful infringement isn’t required to award profits in trademark cases
If your business has taken steps to protect your intellectual property with patents or trademarks, you’ve probably had correspondence or communications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). But some businesses report receiving letters or emails that look to be from the USPTO, but really aren’t. Prince Law Offices, P.C., the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and … Continue reading Is the USPTO really contacting your company? Maybe not.
Intellectual Property can be an extremely confusing concept for those outside (and even for many who are a part of) the legal profession. It’s important to understand what Intellectual Property consists of before one can understand the extremely varied and valuable IP services that Prince Law Offices, P.C. offers to the public. Intellectual Property is … Continue reading A Guide to Better Understanding the Intellectual Property Services that Prince Law Offices, P.C. Offer!