This Week in IP: Fed Circuit okays USPTO's Arthrex policy, Red Bull beats Monster, and more
Federal Circuit okays USPTO director review policies; Red Bull sees off Monster TM appeal; Cisco victorious in Massachusetts court; Vimeo to pay $9m to Italian broadcaster; Mars wins TM suit over cannabis edibles; US gov sides with photographer in Warhol SCOTUS suit; Singers protest Mariah Carey’s ‘Queen of Christmas’ TM filing
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