COJK Welcomes Associate and Patent Agent

COJK is pleased to announce the addition of Anna S. Gall, a patent attorney in the firm's life sciences practice group, and Nathan K. Cernetic, Ph.D., a patent agent in the firm's electrical engineering practice group. ... Read More

COJK Named to 2018 List of "Best Law Firms"

U.S. News and World Reports and Best Lawyers identified COJK as a Tier 1 law firm in the Seattle Metropolitan area in copyright, patent, and trademark law in the 2018 list of "Best Law Firms." ... Read More

Best Lawyers Names COJK Attorneys to 2018 List

COJK attorneys John Denkenberger, Jerald Nagae, George Renzoni, and David Sheldon were named to Best Lawyers' 2018 list of "The Best Lawyers in America." John Denkenberger, co-managing member of COJK and head of ... Read More

Thailand Adopts Madrid Protocol for Trademark Registration Process

The Kingdom of Thailand joined the 98 other countries already streamlining the international trademark registration process by ratifying the Madrid Protocol on August 7, 2017. The Madrid Protocol is an international filing system established to ... Read More

David Sheldon Presents at Icelandic IP Seminar

COJK patent attorney David Sheldon has been invited to participate in the program, "Software and computer-implemented inventions: Patenting strategies and possibilities," taking place in Reykjavik, Iceland. David will join intellectual property (IP) practitioners ... Read More

COJK Partners with Seattle University in 2017 Summer Practice Academy

Seattle University School of Law presented its fourth annual Summer Practice Academy, a series of intensive and interactive certificate programs for lawyers on cutting-edge topics designed to enhance their practice and develop their skills in ... Read More

COJK Attorneys Participate in CASRIP 2017 Summer Institute

COJK patent attorneys Rhys Lawson and David Sheldon presented at the 2017 Patent and Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute conducted by the Center for Advanced Study & Research on Innovation Policy ... Read More

Brexit and Intellectual Property Rights in the United Kingdom

On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union. This memorandum discusses what impact this may have on your intellectual property in the UK. ... Read More

Supreme Court Upholds "Broadest Reasonable Interpretation" for Inter Partes Review Claim Construction

The Leahy‑Smith America Invents Act created inter partes review (IPR), under which a third party can request that the United States Patent and Trademark Office review the validity of an issued U.S. patent. ... Read More

Supreme Court Rules Offensive Trademark Ban Unconstitutional

As widely reported by Reuters, the New York Times, Law360, the Los Angeles Times, and other media outlets, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday, June 19, that the federal government's ban on offensive trademark ... Read More

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