Trademark a Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms and Analysis provides timesaving, practice-proven forms, checklists, and analysis that helps you handle your next intellectual property dispute with ease. Organized in the sequence of a litigation process, starting with the complaint and ending with the appeal, you'll find commentaries covering virtually every area of copyright and trademark litigation in federal court and before other administrative bodies, such as ICANN arbitration, and International Trademark Commission actions. Trademark and Copyright Disputes: Litigation Forms and Analysis includes a CD-ROM that contains: - Sample complaints for trademark, copyright, cybersquatting, and International Trade Commission (ITC) actions - Sample answers, counterclaims and affirmative defenses for trademark, copyright, trade secrets, cybersquatting litigation, and ITC actions. - Sample motion ranging from Motions to Dismiss to Motions for Sanctions/Attorney's Fees - Discovery sample forms, such as interrogatories and protective orders - Trial forms such as jury instructions - Forms for appeal such as Notice of Appeal and Petition for CertiorariThe discovery of an infringing act can occur in many different ways including, for example, notification by customers or ... While such notice can take many forms, the most common is the acease and desista letter prepared by the property owner anbsp;...
|Title||:||Trademark & Copyright Disputes|
|Author||:||Gregory J. Battersby, Charles W. Grimes|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2003-01-01|