Archive for 2018

The Productive Lawyer 01: Clear to Neutral

  Lately, I’ve been noodling about how to become more productive. My law practice has become quite busy (with an honorable mention to my personal life). Unfortunately, this blog has been one of the casualties. Last year, blog posts were consistently published on a weekly basis. This year I have only published two posts to…

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In re I-Coat: Internet Evidence in Ex Parte Proceedings

Less than two weeks ago, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”) issued its precedential decision in In re I-Coat Company, LLC. The case involved I-Coat’s appeal from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (“USPTO”) refusal to register its three trademark applications for INDIGO for corrective lenses based on a likelihood of confusion with Schwabe…

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