Rod Berman and Jessica Bromall Sparkman wrote the article “AB 2249: State Park Trademarks” published in the Daily Journal’s section “New California Laws 2017”.
Rod S. Berman’s article, “Tax Incentives for Intellectual Property,” was published by the Bloomberg BNA Patent, Trademark and Copyright Journal on July 29, 2016. An excerpt follows: In the increasingly global world economy, the United States and other countries face an increasing challenge in attempting to remain attractive jurisdictions for the development and relocation of intellectual […]
A recent trademark ruling in China has underscored the importance of early filing of trademark applications – for both the brand names themselves, as well as the Chinese versions of the brand names (i.e., the brand’s phonetic equivalent and meaning equivalent written in Chinese characters) – any time a brand owner’s future plans may include […]
Rod Berman’s white paper, “Wearable technology: Brand Implications and Strategies” was published by Thomson Reuters in July 2015. An excerpt follows: Wristbands that record and analyze your physical activity. Gloves that help manufacturing workers work smarter. Glasses that put a world of information and communication in your line of sight. These are just a few examples of the “wearable […]
Wearable technology has moved far beyond eyeglasses, hearing aids, wristwatches and pacemakers. Now that significant computing power can be packed into devices small enough to be worn comfortably on – or in – the body, numerous sectors are developing “wearables” for a wide variety of purposes. Google Glass® has been used to facilitate surgery, allowing […]
Stan Gibson’s article entitled, “Motion to Strike Expert Testimony in Comples Case Denied,” was published in the November 2014 issue of the IP Litigator.
Greg Cordrey’s article was published in the November 2014 issue of the IP Litigator entitled, “Stay of Litigation Granted Due to Patent Owners Failure to Timely Respond.”
Rod Berman’s article, co-authored by Alexandra Jia, “Eyeing the Intellectual Property of Wearable Tech,” was published by the Daily Journal. Wearable technology such as Google® Glass (a wearable eyepiece computer that features an LCD screen display and voice activated technology), is proliferating and is impacting a wide range of industries. In this article, Rod Berman […]
Jeff Goldman’s article, “Copyright Law is Never as Simple as It Seems,” was published by the Daily Journal.
Greg Cordrey’s article, “PTAB Patent Requires the Patent Owner to Attend Oral Argument,” was published by JD Supra and picked up by MSN Money.