Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B. V. (19-46)

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Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B. V. (19-46)

A term styled “generic.com” is a generic name for a class of goods or services—and thus ineligible for federal trademark protection—only if the term has that meaning to consumers.
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4 Things You Should Know About the 2020 Census

Your response to the 2020 Census matters. But you may be unsure about what to expect. If you’re confused or simply want to know more, explore USAGov’s guide of things you should know before filling out the census.
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Morgan Lewis Hires Nine-Person Cooley London IP Team

This is the latest team expansion for Morgan Lewis in London, which bolstered its office there with four hires earlier in 2020.       

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Four Tips for Holiday Giving

Use these tips from USAGov to help make your donations count and celebrate the holiday spirit of giving.
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Supreme Court Rules State 'Faithless Elector' Laws Constitutional