Many trademark attorneys believe that the goal of a TTAB discovery conference is to zealously prepare for litigation.  A better approach is to view it through the lens of a favorable settlement outcome.  Since over 90% of trademark oppositions settle prior to trial, it makes sense to do so.

According to U.S. Trademark Trial and

A recent survey of global companies found that trademark infringement is on the rise.   The survey was conducted by Compumark, a leader in trademark research and brand protection solutions.   Despite the fact that 80 percent of the executives polled believe that trademark infringement is a growing problem, only fifty percent admitted to having comprehensive

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In a recent case before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the TTAB provided useful guidance regarding the burden of proof that parties must meet in trademark opposition proceedings.

In Brick Bodies Fitness Services, Inc v. BRIK Fitness Solutions LLC, the Board held that the mark BRIK FITNESS and Design was likely to cause

Managing a trademark portfolio continues to present unique and often complex challenges for inhouse counsel and trademark administrators.  Professional organizations such as the International Trademark Association (INTA) and Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) provide excellent networking opportunities and educational materials for in-house personnel to share best practices to help make their jobs easier.  In addition,