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20 February 2008
Sealing the Cracks: A Proposal to Update the Anti-Cybersquatting Regime to Combat Advertising-Based Cybersquatting
Source: Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2008 3: 246-261; DOI: 10.1093/jiplp/jpn012
01 January 2008
Virtual Protection: Applying Trade Mark Law Within Virtual Worlds Such As ‘Second Life’
Source: 19 Entertainment Law Review (UK) 1, 5
01 June 2007
Termites in the Basement
Source: The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland
31 December 2006
Phishing in a Brands New Pool
Source: Computers & Law Magazine
21 December 2001
One For the Price of Two: How the Supreme Court Got It Half-Right In Ramdass v. Angelone
Source: 91 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 501

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Experience Highlights

Youngblood Timepieces Inc. v. Fossil Inc., et al.
Represented Fossil Inc. and Macy's Merchandising Group, Inc. against allegations that the plaintiff owned trademark rights in its founder’s more
Zynga Inc. v. Bang With Friends Inc.
Representing Zynga Inc. in the Northern District of California to protect its trademark rights in the WITH FRIENDS family of brands against an online more
In re Yahoo! litigation
Represented Yahoo! in a national class action case for false advertising, breach of contract and unfair competition. The plaintiffs sought to certify more
Zynga chipseller enforcement and litigation program
Represented Zynga in a litigation enforcement program targeting high value resellers of virtual chips used in Zynga’s online poker game, with the more