The Supreme Court’s decision today in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology LLC resolved longstanding uncertainty at the intersection of trademark and bankruptcy law.  In particular, the Court determined whether the rejection of a trademark license in a bankruptcy case deprives the trademark licensee of its rights under the license for which it had likely paid a lot of money.  “To cut to the chase,” our colleague and bankruptcy expert Mark Salzberg succinctly writes, “trademark licensees won.”   Please see Mark’s blog post for details and the significance of the Court’s decision.