IP BYTES Hot Topics in Trademark Law, October 2014

Hosted By: The Bar Association of San Francisco


  • Adam Brink, The Clorox Company, "Strategic Protection Using Trade Dress and Design Patents"
  • Stephen Coates, Twitter, Inc., "Hashtags: Fair Use or Infringement? A Global Perspective"
  • Rachel Davidson, K&L Gates LLP, "The Five Commandments of Consumer Surveys"
  • D'Lonra Ellis, Gap, Inc., "Injunctive Relief in Trademark Infringement"
  • Frank Goldberg, Zynga Inc. "Clearing and Protecting Trademarks in the Entertainment Space that Might Be Viewed as Descriptive of a Product's 'Theme'"
  • Christine Hsieh, Google Inc., "Balancing Trademark Protection and Fair Use in a Mobile World"
  • Lynn H. Humphreys, Morrison & Foerster LLP, "Protecting Brands on the Frontiers of Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs)"
  • E. Deborah Jay, Field Research Corp., "Millennium Falconry: Navigating the Hyperspace of 21st Century Trademark Surveys"
  • Sebastian Kaplan, Fenwick & West LLP, "Considering a Reasonable Royalty as a Measure of Trademark Infringement Damages"
  • Betsy Wang Lee, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, "What's on the Horizon for Canadian Trademark Law?"