Apple / Cisco iPhone litigation primer, part 1 – what’s in a trademark?

We’re all pretty well familiar with the term trademark, and what it represents: a unique “mark” used to identify a product’s source, and to distinguish the product from goods made by others. But before we can get into iPhone vs. iPhone (in part 2), we have to dot our Is and cross our Ts, so to speak, when it comes to the finer points of trademark law. More specifically, a trademark can range from something Continue Reading →