TubcuT Manufacturer Claims Trademark Infringement

Access Designs, Inc., a company that manufactures TubcuT®, a product that alters regular bathtubs to convert them into walk-in showers, has filed a trademark-infringement suit against The BathWorks Company in federal district court in Charlottesville, Virginia. According to the allegations...

Pernod Ricard USA LLC v. Bacardi U.S.A., Inc.: More on the the HAVANA CLUB saga

Issued April 6, 2010, this opinion is the latest installment of the HAVANA CLUB saga. Here, Pernod Ricard USA brought a false advertising claim against Bacardi U.S.A., alleging that Bacardi's use of the HAVANA CLUB trademark on its rum bottle deceives consumers into believing that Bacardi's...

States entitled to sovereign immunity on Lanham Act claims for trademark infringement and false designation of origin - Univ. of Wis. v. Phoenix Int'l Software (7th Cir., Dec. 28, 2010)

Recently, the Seventh Circuit answered the following question in the negative: Is the Trademark Remedy Clarification Act (TRCA) a valid exercise of Congress's Fourteenth Amendment power to regulate state behavior? In Bd. of Regents of the Univ. of Wis. Sys. v. Phoenix Int'l Software, Inc. ...