Ronald Coleman, head of Goetz Fitzpatrick’s Intellectual Property, Media & Technology Practice, will speak at American University School of Law’s Law Review Federal Circuit Symposium on April 11, 2014. The Symposium will assess the Lanham Act’s section 2(a) bars to registration for immoral, scandalous, and disparaging marks. Coleman will speak alongside prominent legal academics, practitioners,.
In a commercial case of first impression, John B. Simoni and Ellen August succeeded in obtaining the dismissal of a complaint where a beer wholesaler challenged the right of our client, Abita Brewing Co., LLC., a beer brewer, to terminate its exclusive distribution agreement with Garal Wholesalers, Ltd. under a new statute known as the.
Goetz Fitzpatrick attorney Joel MacMull shut the door on an engineering consultant who claimed he was owed hundreds of thousands of dollars pursuant to a contract allegedly entered into with the Princeton Club of New York in 2007. Relying on the New York Court of Appeals decision in Hahn Auto. Warehouse, Inc. v. Am. Zurich.
Goetz Fitzpatrick attorneys Ronald Coleman and Joel MacMull recently won an appeal in New Jersey. The issue before the appellate court was whether the defendant’s attempt to compel arbitration arising from the parties’ prior agreements was timely. Finding that defendant’s inexcusable delay in demanding arbitration coupled with its actions to seek additional relief from the.