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IP support company escapes fraud claim (access required)

Where a company that provides intellectual property support services was sued for allegedly misrepresenting what it would charge for patent renewal services, but the alleged misrepresentations were only in the parties’ written agreement, and the complaint lacked allegations about the ...

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Trademark protection denied to Timberland boots (access required)

Where the company that makes Timberland boots argued that eight specified features of one of its boots qualified for a trademark, but the evidence showed that the features were functional, the boots were ineligible for registration under the Lanham Act. ...

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