Category Archives: IP Litigation

Help! My Seller Account Has Been Disabled!

Online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay, and online app retailers such as Google Play and Apple’s App Store are increasingly a primary channel of revenue for goods resellers and software app developers. However, sellers whose accounts have been suspended, terminated, or otherwise disabled may find themselves without legal recourse to challenge actions that can significantly affect their livelihood.

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Unmasking Online Infringers: The Pros and Cons of the Underutilized Section 512(h) Subpoena

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most copyright owners know that if copyrighted content is posted on the web without permission, a DMCA takedown notice can be used to get the content taken down, but what can a copyright owner do if the website owner’s identity is concealed or unknown? Continue reading

Trademark Use and Trademark Infringement in Domain Names

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Trademark rights and domain name ownership overlap in many ways, but they are not the same thing. Domain name ownership does not necessarily establish trademark rights, and trademark ownership does not necessarily give you the right to own the corresponding domain name. Continue reading