The Tools to Manage B&B Hardware

  • Class: The Tools to Manage B&B Hardware
  • Run Time: 72 Minutes
  • Catalog: General
  • Presenter(s): Anne Gilson LaLonde, Lisa Carper
  • Class Type: OnDemand Training
  • Content Provider: LexisNexis

Description

Albert Einstein urged: “Make things as simple as possible but no simpler.” The Supreme Court’s seemingly-straightforward opinion in B&B Hardware has many complicated repercussions, and this presentation explains them while not over-simplifying. In this case, the Court awarded the possibility of preclusion to decisions of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, though only under narrowly-defined parameters. While the effects of this decision have not yet been fully realized, Anne Gilson LaLonde, author of Gilson on Trademarks, describes the decision in detail and offers several possible theories as to the impact of the decision. Anne follows that with a discussion of the practical impacts of the decision on your trademark practice.

CLE Information

CLE Credit Available

State Accreditation

State Status Total Credits Type Of Credit Approved Thru
Alaska Approved 1.20 General On-going
Arizona Approved 1.00 General On-going
California Approved 1.00 Participatory 01/11/2021
Colorado Approved 1.00 General 01/11/2021
Connecticut Approved 1.00 General 01/11/2021
Florida Approved 1.50 General 05/01/2019
Missouri Approved 1.40 General On-going
Nevada Approved 1.00 General 12/31/2019
New Jersey Approved 1.50 General 01/11/2021
New Mexico Approved 1.20 General 01/11/2021
New York Approved 1.00 Skills On-going
Vermont Approved 1.20 General On-going
Virginia Approved 1.00 General 10/31/2018
Washington Approved 1.00 General 01/12/2021
West Virginia Approved 1.40 General On-going
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Class Information

    The Supreme Court’s seemingly-straightforward opinion in B&B Hardware has many complicated repercussions. Anne Gilson LaLonde, author of Gilson on Trademarks, describes the decision in detail and offers several possible theories as to the impact of the decision.

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