Tagged: TTAB

Booking.com Heads to the High Court

Last Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the USPTO’s writ of certiorari to review traveling website company Booking.com’s trademark application for “booking.com”. The TMCA previously covered developments in this case here and here. Back in 2016, the USPTO rejected the company’s trademark application because the continue reading...

Trademark Practice Tip: How to Settle a Trademark Opposition Proceeding and Obtain Judgment Against the Applicant After an Application is Abandoned

Most opposition proceedings in the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the USPTO settle before final judgment, often based on a negotiated settlement agreement requiring the abandonment of the opposed application. In these circumstances, will judgment be entered against the applicant and in favor of continue reading...

INTA Boston: Highlights from Bean Town

If you missed the 2019 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association in Boston, or if you were there but were spending time with colleagues and friends, the Dorsey trademark team is here to provide a brief overview of some interesting seminars we attended and continue reading...