Trademark Infringement


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Trademark Infringement

 

in bourgeois law, a firm’s use on its trademark of markings found on popular goods of other firms for the purpose of unfair competition and of misleading buyers.

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for trademark infringement of its registered Tinder trademark.
Taylor Swift's lucky number 13 has unluckily landed her in legal troubles, as she is being sued by Apparel Company Lucky 13 due to trademark infringement.
In Dubai, being a major logistics hub and retail destination, we maintain extreme vigil on counterfeiting and trademark infringement.
Dubai being a major logistics hub and retail destination we maintain an extreme vigil against counterfeiting and trademark infringement.
But LEGO is a registered trademark, and analogous uses of a competitor's trademark as a keyword have led to litigation, requiring courts to address whether such use constitutes trademark infringement.
The judges said that even in cases where the operator had not played an "active role", it could still be liable for trademark infringement "if it was aware of facts or circumstances on the basis of which a diligent economic operator should have realised that the online offers for sale were unlawful and, in the event of it being so aware, failed to act promptly to remove the data concerned from its website or to disable access to them".
Search engines allow it, and this is fairly common practice today, although in some cases this practice can amount to trademark infringement.
effective solution to online trademark infringement seek to hold online
The volume discusses trademark infringement remedies at the federal and state levels that may be available to a trademark owner.
The near-identical domain names prompted a lawsuit by Falwell (left) on trademark infringement grounds.
Wilson has years of experience as a trademark lawyer: now the general interest reader with little knowledge of how trademarks work can benefit from an invaluable coverage of the trademark law, it's protections and limitations, and how to avoid improper use or trademark infringement.
Disney accused the Pirates of copyright infringement, trademark infringement, unfair competition, intentional interference with business, and trade disparagement through the wrongful use of its characters.