A Bottle of White? A Bottle of Red? Perhaps a One-Year Suspension Instead

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.Criminal Conviction, Deceit, Dishonesty, Fraud, Misrepresentations, Moral turpitide, USPTO OEDLeave a Comment

Attorney Rodger Moore enjoys a good bottle of wine.  Evidently, his budget does not. After scamming his local grocery store for years by switching prices on expensive wines for a cheaper variety, Mr. Moore is now paying a hefty price–with his law license. Mr. Moore became licensed to practice law in 2001.  His ethics problems started almost immediately thereafter. In … Read More

“Rising Star” Falls For Suspended Trademark Attorney

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.Conflicts of Interest, IP Ethics, PTO Ethics Rules, Trademark, USPTO Director DecisionsLeave a Comment

By all accounts, Jeremy Blackowicz is a fine trademark attorney with a long and bright future ahead. According to a recent version of his law firm’s website, Mr. Blackowicz was an associate in the Boston, Massachusetts intellectual property department of Day Pitney, LLP.  According to the firm’s website, Mr. Blackowicz, a 2001 graduate of Boston University School of Law, has been recognized … Read More