Kelley Gordon Joins ChiWIP on Panel Discussion on the Booking.com Supreme Court Decision
Kelley Gordon associate in Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP’s Trademark and Copyrights Practices will serve on a webinar for Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP)’s upcoming program entitled “Panel Discussion on the Booking.com Supreme Court Decision” on Friday, August 28, 2020.
Kelley will serve as moderator alongside Sara Suleiman of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.
“Panel Discussion on the Booking.com Supreme Court Decision”
Friday, August 28, 2020
Noon – 1pm CT
1 hour of CLE credit pending
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This webinar is hosted by the ChiWIP Professional Development Committee
This webinar will be a discussion on the Supreme Court’s recently decided 8-1 opinion that Booking.com can function as a trademark, rejecting the USPTO’s position that a “generic.com” term per se fails to function as a trademark. This panel will detail how the case reached the Supreme Court and the practical implications for .com brand owners and their attorneys in light of the decision.
Panel moderator Kelley Gordon can be reached at [email protected] if there are questions about this webinar.
ChiWIP is a networking and mentoring group committed to the connection, promotion, and success of professional Chicago women in all stages of practice of every facet of IP law.
Kelley Gordon enjoys assisting clients with both their litigation needs before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board, District Court, and the United States International Trade Commission, as well as providing individualized global and domestic trademark and copyright portfolio maintenance and enforcement strategies. She currently serves as a member of ChiWIP’s Professional Development Committee.