Recently, the Seventh Circuit answered the following question
in the negative: Is the Trademark Remedy Clarification Act (TRCA) a valid
exercise of Congress's Fourteenth Amendment power to regulate state behavior?
In Bd. of Regents
of the Univ. of Wis. Sys. v. Phoenix Int'l Software, Inc. ...
By Robert R. Baron, Jr. , Katrina M. Quicker and Andrew M. Stern
A recent decision
by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has changed the
calculus used by states and state universities when deciding how to
challenge and appeal a determination by the Trademark Trial and Appeal...
University of Utah Requests
Order Requiring Correction of Inventorship
Last week, the District of
Massachusetts rejected a motion to dismiss the University of Utah's (UUtah) RNA
patent complaint against state officials at the University of Massachusetts
(UMass) and other research institutes...
Last week, the 9th Circuit found the University
of Arizona immune to counterclaims filed by trademark defendants accused of wrongfully selling prints called "Ansel Adams Lost Negatives." Ansel Adams Publ Rights Trust v. PRS Media
Partners, LLC , 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 25896 (9th Cir. Cal. Dec...