Matt Schmidt successfully opposed another trademark application in China. The application was filed by a competitor of a Reising client and was close to a family of marks owned by our client. Matt was successful in demonstrating not only that registration of the proposed mark would be in conflict with our clients’ prior registrations and trademark use in China, but also that the opposed application was filed in bad faith. As a result, the opposed application was denied in full as to all goods for which registration was sought. Matt has handled trademark matters in most industrialized countries of the world and diligently works to protect our clients’ worldwide brands, goodwill, and reputations.
Matt Schmidt successfully opposed another trademark application in China
Rick Hoffmann and Jim Stevens received Super Lawyer recognition, Scott Hogan and Mike Druzinski received Super Lawyer’s Rising Star recognition
January 14, 2014
Michael C. Adams was recently named an IP Star for 2013 by Managing Intellectual Property
February 14, 2014
Corey Beaubien and Scott Hogan co-authored an article “Making Sense of Non(ce)sense—Seeking Broad Claim Coverage and Avoiding Unwanted Means-Plus-Function Treatment.”
October 15, 2015