In the recent United States Supreme Court decision, United States Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com, the overall holding that that a generic term combined with a generic top level domain name is not necessarily generic is significant in and of itself, but in reaching that conclusion, the Supreme Court touched on several other issues that could have even more far reaching consequences.
Please join us for a webinar that will explore what the Booking.com decision means and how it might impact the ways in which we think about trademarks, domain names and generic top-level domains. Specific topics will include:
Brian J. Winterfeldt, Founder and Principal, Winterfeldt IP Group, PLLC
CLE credit pending in California and New York.