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Wooster Floral & Gifts, LLC v. Green Thumb Floral & Garden Center, Inc.

This case involves a dispute between two flower shops about the use of a domain name. Green Thumb Floral & Garden Center, Inc. (“Green Thumb”) owns the domain name www.woosterfloral.com. Internet users who click on that address are directed to... Read more →

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Attia v. Google, LLC

The panel affirmed the district court’s dismissal of claims brought under the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act against Google, LLC, and other defendants by an architect and his firm. The architect... Read more →

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Federal Trade Commission v. AbbVie Inc

This appeal involves a patented drug called AndroGel. A blockbuster testosterone replacement therapy that generated billions of dollars in sales, AndroGel caught the attention of the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC sued the owners of an AndroGel patent—AbbVie, Inc., Abbott... Read more →

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Sionyx LLC v. Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. and Hamamatsu Corporation (“Hamamatsu”) appeal from the judgment of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts after a jury verdict that (1) Hamamatsu breached its Non-Disclosure Agreement (“NDA”) with SiOnyx LLC (“SiOnyx”); (2) Hamamatsu willfully... Read more →

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Future Proof Brands, LLC v. Molson Coors Beverage Co.

Future Proof Brands, L.L.C. (“Future Proof”) and Molson Coors (“Coors”) sell competing hard seltzer beverages. Future Proof named its seltzer “Brizzy.” Coors chose “Vizzy.” Future Proof sued Coors for trademark infringement, claiming that consumers would confuse Vizzy and Brizzy. The... Read more →

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