This morning, the Federal Circuit released a precedential opinion in a trademark case, a nonprecedential order granting a motion to dismissal an appeal given that a judgment was non-final, and another nonprecedential order dismissing a petition based on joint stipulation of voluntary dismissal. Here are the introductions to the opinion and order dismissing the appeal and a link to the other dismissal.

Araujo v. Framboise Holdings Inc. (Precedential)

Jalmar Araujo appeals from a decision of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“the Board”) sustaining Framboise Holdings, Inc.’s (“Framboise”) opposition and refusing registration of Araujo’s standard character mark #TODECACHO. Framboise Holdings Inc. v. Araujo, No. 91255334, 2022 WL 4131834 (T.T.A.B. Sept. 9, 2022) (“Decision”). For the following reasons, we affirm.

MHL Custom, Inc. v. Waydoo USA, Inc. (Nonprecedential Order)

Waydoo USA, Inc. and Shenzhen Waydoo Intelligence Technology Co., Ltd. (collectively, “Waydoo”) move to dismiss their appeal. MHL Custom, Inc. opposes the motion. Waydoo replies.

We grant the motion because we agree that the judgment is non-final.