IPO Daily News™
Thursday, 20 April 2017 12:11 pm
IP IN THE MASS MEDIA
Baltimore “Light City” Trademark Infringement Suit to Settle
On Tuesday the Baltimore Sun reported that Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts and Baltimore Festival of the Arts and owners of marketing and creative agency What Works Studio BROOKE and JUSTIN ALLENS agreed to settle a trademark infringement dispute over future use of the name “Light City” after the couple co-founded the illuminated art festival Light City Baltimore.
Symantec Sues Zscaler on Network Security Technology
On Tuesday Symantec Corp. announced that it sued Zscaler, Inc. for infringing its patents on a variety of network security technologies, including web security, security scanning, data loss prevention, intrusion prevention, and intrusion signature analysis. (BusinessWire)
TODAY ON IPO’S IP CHAT CHANNEL — SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS AS COMPARABLES: NEW COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS FROM THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT
Tune in to the IP Chat Channel on Thursday, 20 April, at 2:00p.m. ET to learn how a new Federal Circuit opinion lays out a complete road map to the admissibility of settlements in patent infringement litigation. Our panelists are STEPHEN HOLZEN (Stout Risius Ross), SAMUEL WALLING (Robins Kaplan LLP), and KAREN WEIL (Knobbe, Martens, Olson & Bear LLP). IP Chat Channel webinars are recorded and available on our website after the live webinars. CLE granted in many states.