On June 30, 2020, The Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion, holding that a mark consisting of a generic term combined with “.com” is not necessarily generic, and may be eligible for trademark protection.
As an Associate in the Firm's Litigation Group, Rebecca Harris handles a range of disputes.
While in law school, Rebecca served as an executive technical editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and as a line editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender. She was also a Rappaport Fellow in Law and Public Policy and co-chair of Harvard Law School Lambda's Political Committee. Rebecca spent two years working as a research and teaching assistant for Professor Jeannie Suk Gersen, and her research responsibilities included a focus on Title IX enforcement and campus sexual assault policies.
Also while in law school, Rebecca interned at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, where she spearheaded a project to develop a diversity awareness program for individuals convicted of hate crimes.
Prior to attending law school, Rebecca spent five years working as a Victim Witness Advocate at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, with assignments in the Child Protection and Senior Trial Units.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. unemployment rate is at its highest level since the Great Depression.
A Nielsen 2015 global survey found that 66% of respondents were “willing to pay more for products and services that come from companies that are committed to positive social and environmental impact,” up from 55% in 2014.