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Gotta Book – Supreme Court Rules that Generic Words Coupled With Domain Suffix May Have Trademark Protection

On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court held  that the company Booking.com could hold a valid federal trademark in the name “Booking.com” even though the term “booking” is a generic term for making a reservation. The case recognizes that the addition of a domain suffix like .com can transform something generic into something descriptive. The case is…

VP and CISO of Sentara Healthcare Dan Bowden speaks about the not-for-profit health system’s journey post COVID-19

Dan Bowden, VP and CISO Sentara Healthcare, speaks with *David Cass, VP of Cyber & IT Risk at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, about the not-for-profit health system’s journey post COVID-19. The two leaders talk about how each industry – and within healthcare itself – have encountered different issues when ramping up. They…