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Radiance Walters has directed her legal practice to include domestic and international trademark clearance, prosecution and enforcement, and litigation matters in federal court and proceedings before the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. A member of DLA Piper’s Washington D.C. offices, Ms. Walters practices out of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology, Trademark, Copyright and Media practice group. Radiance is also a contributor to the firm’s blog, Re:Marks on Copyright and Trademark, where she discusses copyright and trademark issues along with a team of DLA Piper attorneys.
Reposted from Corporate Counsel Magazine By Radiance Walters and Debbie Rosenbaum In 2012, marketing teams will spend less time defining the term “social media” for corporate executives and more resources justifying increased expenditures in cyber platforms that have questionable...
Pop diva Beyonce has been accused of stealing dance moves in her new music video "Countdown". Belgian Choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker claims that Beyonce plagarized dance moves from her original contemporary works without credit. Read more:...
Fashion designers and companies can seek to protect their jewelry and other accessory designs through copyright, trademark and/or design patent registrations. Copyrights, trademarks, and patents are separate and independent forms of law and protection; therefore, protection can be obtained in one...
“Real World” MTV reality star Johnny Devenanzio has allegedly threatened to sue producers of the popular HBO show “Entourage,” claiming that they stole his nickname “Johnny Bananas” without his permission. Devenanzio claims that he has diligently developed the...
Follow up to my blog post SUING OVER THOSE INFAMOUS RED SOLES The fashion world may have received yet another stifling blow from the federal court's decision in Christian Louboutin S.A. v. Yves Saint Laurent America, Inc., et al., in which the court refused to grant Louboutin's request...