In June, the national media took note when the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) cancelled six trademarks belonging to the Washington Redskins football team. The Lanham Act, which governs federal trademark law, forbids the registration of marks that consist of immoral or scandalous matter, or that disparage.
Neal Eiseman will speak at a major conference entitled “New Jersey Construction Claims: Contracts, Litigation & Resolution.” The conference will take place on September 16, 2014 at Pines Manor in Edison, New Jersey, and will feature many of the leading construction attorneys in the New Jersey bar. Eiseman will be speaking specifically on a panel.
Goetz Fitzpatrick attorney Thomas Finegan was quoted in The New York Law Journal for his representation of The Lequila Group. Lequila was a subcontractor to Hunt Construction Group on the construction of the Barclays Center complex in Brooklyn. Justice Carolyn Demarest of New York’s Commercial Division held that Lequilla can sue Hunt even though it.
Brian Farkas, an associate at Goetz Fitzpatrick, has published an article in the American Bar Association’s Litigation Journal on New York City’s recent efforts to expand its role as a host of international arbitrations. “New York: A New Home for International Arbitration?” appears in the Summer 2014 issue of the Journal, the flagship magazine of.