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The Licensing Journal back issues
"School colors" are legally protectable stand-alone trademarks.(University licensing)
November 1, 2006... Universities have long recognized the value of their intellectual property, and most have trademark registrations for both their names and commonly used initials. Most have also adopted a particular two-color combination, which is widely recognized as the school's colors (purple and gold...
AMC technology LLC v. SAP AG.(Software licensing)
November 1, 2006... The US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently awarded a preliminary injunction preventing SAP AG from providing instructions to its end users on how to upgrade an SAP software product and continuing to support certain functionalities with software produced by AMC...
Courts required to look beyond the merits in assessing the true scope of "potentiality".
November 1, 2006... What one judge may categorize as speculation, another may find falls within the scope of potentiality. The dividing line depends on what facts may be reviewed in evaluating whether a defense may exist. Depending on the forum, this may include: (1) facts known to the insurer (the law in...
Licensing across borders.
November 1, 2006... The confrontation with different national legal rules is the most daunting aspect of international licensing law. Only humility can save you. (1) To address the issues in global trading of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and the tactics to mitigate their challenge...
Food for thought.
November 1, 2006... Food and beverage licensing is everywhere. Consumers can find licensed food products in supermarkets, where you would expect them, and where food and beverage brands give new food and beverage products instant credibility. Think how often we encounter products such as Nesquik chocolate...