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Author Archives: Rachel Pearlman

IP Frontiers: Maybe don’t make a federal case out of it

On March 24, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in B&B Hardware, Inc. v. Hargis Industries, Inc., a trademark battle royale of sorts (the Supreme Court called it “labyrinthine”) between two manufacturers of two different types of metal fasteners.  ...

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IP Frontiers: POM Wonderful — the Lanham Act vs. the FDA

For a number of years, POM Wonderful, LLC, a privately held but seemingly well-funded company, given that it was founded by billionaires in 2002 and has arguably been litigious since its inception, has been embarking on a unique strategy to ...

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