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Did I Do That, too? Secondary Liability in Lanham Act Litigation

November 08, 2022

Go beyond trademark litigation to discover the subtleties of secondary liability in Lanham Act litigation, including discussion of contributory dilution, cybersquatting, and false advertising claims; the tests used by courts in analyzing such claims; the contexts in which the claims most frequently arise; and circumstances in which courts have granted and denied relief.

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