Tag:U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Outstanding Legal Professionals 2020: Julie Borrego

Borrego is known as a problem solver around the Denver office of Merchant & Gould, where she’s worked for roughly a decade. She’s developed...

‘Generic’ Trademark Case Kicks Off SCOTUS Livestreamed Oral Arguments

The U.S. Supreme Court kicked off a round of remote oral arguments Monday with a trademark case questioning the ability to register trademarks for...

Colorado Attorneys Win Landmark Case on ‘Color Marks’

A small Colorado intellectual property law firm won a major victory in a trademark case on April 8, and the precedent-setting decision from the...

Moye White Adds Two

Moye White announced March 30 the addition of Caleena Braig and Tanya Sevy as associates in the firm’s litigation section. Braig represents clients in civil...

U.S. Supreme Court Hands Win to Litigants Appealing Patent Denials in District Courts

The U.S. Supreme Court in a Dec. 11 opinion made short work of a case about attorney fees in litigation against the U.S. Patent...

Snell & Wilmer Adds Four to IP Group

Snell & Wilmer announced Wednesday the addition of four attorneys to the intellectual property and technology practice group in the Denver office.  James Johnson, Kent...

SCOTUS to Decide Case About Attorney Fees in Denied Patent Litigation

Last week during the Supreme Court’s first round of oral arguments of its new session, all eyes were on a group of cases about...

Fifteen Minutes With Andrei Iancu

LAW WEEK: How would you characterize the IP community in the Rocky Mountain area? Do you notice distinctions in terms of the industries, the...