This was a mighty busy month over at LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® — the lawyer, not the blog — meaning there wasn’t as much blogging as there might otherwise be, but those who follow my twitter feed (@roncoleman) could sleep at night, assured that I knew all kinds of things that other people said, and this would make it okay. Something.
It’s a shame that in this era of micro-blogging, linking to other peoples’ blogs is all but dead. But not at LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION®. Here are November’s (and the last couple of days of October’s) “best of” retweets in the topical-to-this-blog category and, as always, links to the blogs where the real story is:
- @bobambrogi: Many judges use Facebook, but are split on whether they should use social media professionally
- @LindaBelan: What smartphone makers can learn from the Sewing Machine Patent War
- @RogerBora: Busting Trademark Myths (Part 1 of 3)
- @InternetLaw: “Ninth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Seattle Law Firm’s Cybersquatting Case”
- @erichatheway: Protect your photo rights online …
- @UsefulArts: Keyword ads and the public’s domain in trademark law
- @Pattishall_Law: Peabody Hotels gets registration for longest TM on record for the Legend of the Ducks.
- @shunwicks: US: Good discussion of the Costco v. Omega case, incl first sale doctrine
- @LeasonEllis: “Initial interest confusion” confirmed as trademark infringement under EU law | Awful news
- @LoTempio: Design patents and utility patents
- @SeattleTMLawyer: Ninth Circuit affirms discmissal of trademark claims based on naked license.
- @TheBrandRanch: RT @WSJ: Turns out you can’t trademark [sic] names for pot like Purple Haze and Chronic
You don’t have to thank me.