Archive for the 'Declaratory Judgments' Category
Host: Colette Vogele
Guest: Martin Schwimmer
Martin Schwimmer is a principal at Schwimmer Mitchell Law and has been Of Counsel to Moses and Singer since 2007. Marty’s practice is concentrated in the area of U.S. and international trademark law and domain name counseling, prosecution and litigation. He represents some of America’s largest corporations regarding the special policing issues raised by use of brand names on the Internet. Managing Intellectual Property magazine identified Mr. Schwimmer as one of the best trademark lawyers in the United States. Marty also publishes The Trademark Blog, widely recognized as a leading source of trademark news and case analysis.
Topics and Questions for Episode 014: In this episode, Colette discusses with trademark and domain name expert Marty Schwimmer issues of trademark infringement like what to do if you receive a cease & desist letter? What is cybersquatting? What is counterfeiting? What is trademark dilution? What is the UDRP and ICAAN? Where can I be sued? And what is the Declaratory Judgment Act?
Links for this Episode
Lanham Trademark Act Anti-cybersquatting act UDRP UDRP Opinion Guide from Harvard ICAAN Patent and Trademark Office Website Declaratory Judgment Act Amercan Blind vs. Google case
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