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IP Casebriefs #006: Discussing the Booking.com Case, Part 2

AIPLA filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in United States Patent and Trademark Office et al. v. Booking.com B.V., No. 19-46, a case addressing whether the addition by an online business of a generic top-level domain (such as “.com”) to an otherwise generic term can create a protectable trademark. 

 

In part two of a two-part series, we hear from Craig B. Whitney, a partner in the Frankfurt Kurnit litigation group and the author of AIPLA's recent amicus brief in this case. In part 1, we heard from Rebeccah Gan, a Partner at Wenderoth, on why she disagreed with AIPLA's adopted position.

 

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AIPLA is pleased to bring you a webinar on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc., No. 18-956 (April 5, 2021). We will be joined by counsel for the parties to the case, Thomas C. Goldstein, counsel for Google, and E. Joshua Rosenkranz, counsel for Oracle. Jennifer Librach Nall, counsel for amicus AIPLA, will participate, and the panel will be moderated by Brian Wassom, Chair of AIPLA Copyright Law Committee. This expert panel will provide an overview of the decision, the positions of the parties and amici, and thoughts on the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision and what it may mean for you and your clients. Whether you are a copyright practitioner, a patent practitioner, a software developer or implementer, or you practice in a related area, you won’t want to miss out on this informative session.
 
Presented by: Jennifer Nall of Baker Botts, Thomas Goldstein of Goldstein & Russell, and Joshua Rosenkranz of Orrick. Moderated by: Brian Wassom of Warner Norcross & Judd
 

Sponsored by: Western Union


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Limited CLE is available and standard webinar pricing applies to those requesting CLE for the listed states. 
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