With deep appreciation, we are honored to celebrate Keara Bergin’s twentieth anniversary with the firm. Keara was DPK’s first associate and the first person promoted to partner. Keara, we are so fortunate to have you on our team. Your professionalism, dedication, and passion have been instrumental in building our firm over the past two decades. Thank you and congratulations!
Recently two New York courts addressed intellectual property issues in conflict with video game realism and reached the same conclusion in two different contexts—copyright (tattoos on virtual basketball players) and trademark (trademark and trade dress issues around virtual AMC Humvees). Stephen M. Kramarsky explores the cases in this edition of his Intellectual Property column. One unexpected consequences of the current pandemic has been—of all things—an increased focus on v