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Jonathan Musch


St. Louis
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Jonathan's practice includes nearly every aspect of intellectual property litigation.

Jon's practice includes patent, copyright, trademark, trade dress, and unfair competition law. In this role, he has both prosecuted and defended patent, trademark, trade dress, and copyright infringement actions in federal court.


Blog Browse: A spicy relationship between Uber-like delivery services and the restaurants that feed them

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A spicy relationship between Uber-like delivery services and the restaurants that feed them

With A Little Help From My Friends: Apple wins trademark opposition by tacking on Beatles’ priority

After bed-makers ‘go to the mattresses’ over trademark theory, Eighth Circuit recognizes initial interest confusion

Will there be reform of Alice and Mayo in 2021?

Stay vigilant: Broadly drafted settlement agreements can doom current and future infringement claims

Controlling the airspace: Dogfight begins over defined airspace patents

It’s not just what you said: Restaurant defeats DoorDash motion to dismiss in class action

Supreme Court harmonizes showing necessary for an award of profits, resolving circuit split in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc.

Supreme Court holds that with respect to institution decisions, no review means no review

Supreme Court nixes USPTO’s practice of partially instituting IPR challenges

The Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of the IPR process

Supreme Court overturns the Federal Circuit, granting more flexibility to biosimilar makers

Control stops here? Supreme Court reins in post-sale control of patented articles

Supreme Court heralds tectonic shift in venue selection for patent suits

SCOTUS clarifies damages analysis for design patents, reversing landmark damage award

In new litigation, Amazon takes a stronger stance on counterfeit products


Talking About Your IP Rights


Note, Attorney-Client Privilege & The Patent Prosecution Process in the Post-Spaulding World;
81 Wash U.L.Q. 175, 2003