A California judge dismissed claims of a textile company claiming a blouse was made with its copyrighted fabric design...(read more)
Several members of Ferdinand IP will once again be attending the upcoming 2017 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, the world’s largest and most important conference dedicated to licensing and merchandising...(click here for contact info)
Attorney Jed Ferdinand has been worried for his fashion clients....(read more)
Dan Lacy is an associate at Ferdinand IP. He is a contributing writer to IP Litigator. He is a graduate of the College of Charleston and the California Western School of Law....(read more)
Boasting one of the largest entrepreneurial markets in the country, San Diego is rife with opportunity. Each year, thousands of entrepreneurs look to America’s Finest City to start their small business and grow their brand....(read more)
In December 2016, famed basketball star Michael Jordan was partially successful in a legal action filed in Chinese courts over the use of his name and likeness on shoes and sportswear marketed by a domestic Chinese firm....(read more)
After a lawsuit that has lasted five years, Michael Jordan has finally been given the rights to the Chinese version of his name.
China’s Supreme People’s Court, the highest in the country, ruled last week that the NBA superstar can have his name 乔丹 (pronounced “Chee-ow-dahn”) back from retailer and family run business Qiaodan Sports. The company is based in Fujian province...(read more)
Three industry veterans join forces to offer arbitration services to US intellectual property clients.
US intellectual property law boutique firm Ferdinand IP, with offices in New York, California and Connecticut, has formed an arbitration practice group, to be led by industry veterans Tom Halket, Jed Ferdinand and Ted Weitz, all of whom are senior lawyers....