Red Points examines The Madrid Protocol, a cost-effective single application system for obtaining trade mark protection in up to 122 countries.
Red Points examines Star Athletica, L.L.C. v. Varsity Brands, Inc., 137 S. Ct. 1002 (2017), where the United States Supreme Court held cheerleading uniform designs to be copyrightable under 17 U.S. C. §102, and its implications for fashion copyright.
Red Points examines and compares first-to-use and first-to-file trademark systems and the trademark strategies to be followed under both systems.
The following list includes a number of intellectual property offices around the world. Each item has information on the intellectual property office address, email, and phone number. For an exhaustive list of patent and trademark offices, check out the World Intellectual Property Organization’s directory.
Red Points examines what are the requirements of patentability, what patent holders need to show to successfully sue for patent infringement under 35 U.S. Code § 271, and defenses available to the accused in a patent infringement lawsuit.
Red Points examines what qualifies as trade secrets subject matter in the United States, the elements of trade secrets theft under 18 U.S. Code § 1832 and trade secrets misappropriation claim, and affirmative defenses available against said legal actions.
Red Points' examination of the various legal defenses to lawsuits based on trademark infringement.
Genericide is a nightmare for brands - losing the trademark for a key product because it's become too successful. Red Points takes a look.
Red Points’ comprehensive guide for helping brands worldwide to register their trademarks in the United States.
The Indian pharmaceutical market is inundated with counterfeits, which replace important active ingredients with dangerous, toxic replacement chemicals, and have been spreading to the rest of the world.