In Yums v. Nike, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upheld the dismissal of Yums’ counterclaims seeking to invalidate Nike’s federally registered trademark for Nike’s Air Force 1 shoe. The case discussion, which will also be co-facilitated by Justin Kimble of Shore Chan Bragalone, will explore the boundaries of a trademark owner’s ability to control the existence of a justicible case or controversy through the use of covenants not to sue.
“This discussion aims to stimulate constructive conversation through a series of poignant questions, varying viewpoints and audience participation,”
As a senior partner with KK LLP, Griffith’s practice encompasses all areas of intellectual property which involve a wide-range of technologies, with a concentration on litigation of patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.
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