In recognition that the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed significant hardships on trademark applicants and registrants, pursuant to the authority provided to it by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security


Continue Reading With the CARES Act Extension Expiring For Certain Trademark-Related Deadlines, the U.S.P.T.O. Sets New Guidelines For Trademark Applicants and Registrants Impacted by COVID-19

On April 28, 2020, pursuant to the authority provided to it by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“PTO” or
Continue Reading The U.S.P.T.O Extends Waiver of Trademark-Related Timing Deadlines Under the CARES Act and Provides Other Relief to Trademark Applicants and Owners

Cybersecurity is an area that virtually every business owner has become familiar with given the volume of daily online interaction between businesses and their clients.  The New York State Legislature
Continue Reading The SHIELD Act’s Data Security Requirements Take Effect Next Week: What New York Businesses Need to Know

As discussed in my previous blog post, thousands of New York attorneys attended the Annual Meeting of the New York Bar Association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation (ComFed) Section, where we
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part II

Recently thousands of New York attorneys met in New York City to attend the Annual Meeting of the Commercial and Federal Section (ComFed) of the New York State Bar Association.
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part I