The Next 4 Big Copyright And Trademark Rulings Are ...

By Bill Donahue (June 26, 2018, 7:33 PM EDT) -- A busy year in copyright and trademark law is already half over, but the major rulings aren't about to stop. Here are the next four you need to watch for over the final six months of the year.

USPTO Wants Its Fees

The final six months of 2018 could see two different federal appeals court rulings on a controversial new policy from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: demanding attorneys' fees regardless of whether the agency wins or loses a case.

The policy, first trotted out in 2013, is at first jarring to read. The agency says that after certain types...

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