Appeals courts kept churning out rulings in the commercial sphere last week, but even more than usual dealt with IP issues—10 of 12 by my count, with one oil and gas and one class action rounding out the dozen.
The Supreme Court Itself spoke up, ruling in a trademark death-match that the end of previous phase of the feud didn’t preclude the Hatfields from upholstering a new defensive weapon. That trickle will turn into a flood, as the 2019 Term nears its June end.
Stay safe, keep doing good, and be well.
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