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Intellectual Property Litigation: Rights of Patent Holders, Dolly the Sheep, Redskins, Aereo

July 9, 2014 download PDF

Litigation partner Lew Clayton's Intellectual Property Litigation column appeared in the July 9 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, "Rights of Patent Holders, Dolly the Sheep, Redskins, Aereo," reviews recent significant intellectual property opinions, including three unanimous Supreme Court opinions that limit the rights or remedies of patent holders, continuing a trend at the High Court. The article also discusses the long-awaited Aereo decision on streaming television services and the decision of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board to cancel the Washington Redskins trademark. Associates Jennifer H. Wu and Jenny C. Wu assisted in the preparation of this article.

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