Jonathan and Gene Winter of St. Onge IP secured a reversal of the examiner’s rejection for their client Tangoe US, Inc. The application relates to systems and methods of gathering and analyzing communications data. The Board largely adopted and agreed with St. Onge IP’s arguments. Specifically, the Board agreed that […]Read More
On July 9, 2020, the SSJR team of Gene Winter and AnneMarie Provino obtained a favorable decision in a UDRP domain name arbitration proceeding, ordering a transfer of the domain name, GOBI-CAPITAL.COM to its client Gobi Capital LLC. The site was being used for cryptocurrency cybercrimes. The National Arbitration Forum […]Read More
St. Onge IP Breaks Criteria and Prevails in China Trademark Opposition on Behalf of The Wiffle Ball, Inc.
Gene Winter and AnneMarie Provino of St. Onge IP prevailed in a trademark opposition proceeding on behalf of its client The Wiffle Ball, Inc. The China Trade Mark Office (CTMO) entered a Decision against Shui Mu Sky (Beijing) Education Technology Co., Ltd. and refused registration of the WIFFLE trademark. Although […]Read More
St. Onge IP’s Stephen P. McNamara and Alyson DiLena persuaded the Federal Circuit to dismiss an appeal from District Court for the District of Connecticut in a patent infringement case. The appeal had been filed in 2012, however, the Court ruled that the Appellant’s “inaction and dilatoriness” in pursuing its […]Read More
St. Onge IP attorney Steven Simonis obtained a favorable decision on behalf of his client Haldex Brake Products Corporation in front of the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). The hearing occurred in the midst of the the covid-19 pandemic as the PTAB and St. Onge IP tied in […]Read More