Megan Brown and David Weslow Discuss SCOTUS Domain Trademark Case and Cybersecurity Implications
Megan L. Brown and David E. Weslow, partners in Wiley’s Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance Practice, were quoted in a February 25 Legaltech News article discussing a case before the U.S. Supreme Court involving trademark protection for internet domain names. The story ran after Wiley filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Internet Commerce Association (ICA) in United States Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.com B.V. Ms. Brown and Mr. Weslow discussed the brief’s argument that if the government’s position prevails, there could be far-reaching cybersecurity repercussions.
The full story can be read here (subscription required).
A news release on the brief can be found here.
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