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Casey Griffith to Moderate Quarterly ABA Roundtable
Klemchuk Kubasta partner will facilitate discussion on Yums v. Nike trademark case
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.
To RSVP to the Quarterly ABA Roundtable, contact Tiffany Thomas by Friday, Feb. 15 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-547-4049. Lunch and one hour CLE are provided at no cost.