Tag Archives: women in IP

JD Talks - Tiffany v Costco

JONES DAY TALKS®: Tiffany v. Costco Raises Trademark Infringement, Counterfeiting Questions



A federal appeals court has overturned Tiffany & Co’s $21 million judgment against Costco Wholesale over the retail chain’s sale of diamond engagement rings with the “Tiffany” name. Jones Day partners Meredith Wilkes and Jessica Bradley explain why the decision is illustrative of the treatment of evidence at the summary judgment stage, while also providing clarification on differences between trademark infringement and counterfeiting.


JONES DAY TALKS®: Women in IP: Protecting Trade Secrets in Remote-Work Situations

JONES DAY TALKS®: Women in IP: Protecting Trade Secrets in Remote-Work Situations



In this edition of Jones Day’s Women in IP series, partners Rebecca Swindells and Meredith Wilkes explore the challenges of protecting trade secrets when employees are working at home or other locations outside the office. They discuss the obligations incumbent on employers to protect trade secrets, the risks related to remote employees that should be addressed, and the legal remedies available when trade secrets are compromised.


Women in I.P. The Supreme Court's "Copyright Day"

Jones Day Talks Intellectual Property: Women in IP – The Supreme Court’s “Copyright Day”



In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. Wall-Street.com, the U.S. Supreme Court tackled questions relating to copyright applications vs. copyright registrations, while in Rimini Street v. Oracle, the justices ruled on how costs are measured in copyright litigation. Jones Day’s Jessica Bradley, Anna Raimer, and Meredith Wilkes explain the implications for copyright holders, applicants, and litigants. They also talk about what’s ahead for the Firm’s “Women in IP” initiative.