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Friday, September 21, 2012
by Anandashankar Mazumdar
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In this week's podcast, Ananda and Tony discuss a grab-bag of issues, including a potentially problematic implementation of the first-inventor-to-file standard by the Patent and Trademark Office, a series of personality rights decisions involving Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, and Chuck Yeager, a decision in the red-soled-shoe trademark case, and a resolution of a court's demand that parties reveal financial relationships with bloggers.
Tamlin H. Bason's writeup of the Marilyn Monroe decision is here and his writeup of the Louboutin decision is here. Tamlin has further commentary and analysis on Louboutin in this blog exclusive post.
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