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1/14/2016 - Alert
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Federal Circuit Holds That Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act for Disparaging Marks is Unconstitutional under the First Amendment
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, ruling en banc, recently held that the portion of Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act that prohibits registration of disparaging trademarks is unconstitutional because “[i]t is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment that the government may not penalize private speech merely because it disapproves of the message it conveys.”
5/7/2013 - Alert
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
The Second Circuit Holds Commentary Not Required for Fair Use
On April 25, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that commentary on a work, its author or popular culture is not required for a secondary use of that work to be considered fair use under copyright law.
3/25/2013 - Alert
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
First Sale Defense Applies to Works Made Abroad
On March 19, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the “first sale” doctrine applies to copies made abroad.
2/27/2012 - Article
New York Law Journal
New Trends in U.S. Trademark Litigation Involving Chinese Companies
Dale Cendali co-authored this article with Xiaoyan Zhang from Hogan Lovells regarding trademark litigation in China.
Authors: Dale Cendali P.C., Xiaoyan Zhang
5/12/2009 - Article
The Economist
Featured Guest: Dale Cendali
Dale Cendali discusses modern copyright law.
4/15/2009 - Alert
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Rescuecom Corp. v. Google Inc.
The issue of whether keyword advertising may constitute trademark infringement has garnered substantial attention in recent years, particularly the question of whether the sale of trademark keywords by search engine companies such as Google is a trademark "use in commerce," one of the required elements of a trademark infringement claim.
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