Monthly Archives: December 2013

Credit Unions versus Patent Troll Demand Letters

Credit unions are non-profit financial institutions with nearly 100 million members, but they can’t afford to fight patent trolls either. Two days ago, a Vermont credit union CEO testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee chaired by Sen. Patrick Leahy, of … Continue reading

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The Great Pretender and Trademark Preliminary Injunctions

The Platters produced a string of 1950’s hits including “Great Pretender,” “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” and “Only You.” They were one of the first groups promoted across the racial barriers dividing the music business in those days. But their … Continue reading

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