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Electing Statutory Damages in a Counterfeiting Case May Bar an Award of Attorneys Fees in the Ninth Circuit

The Ninth Circuit's recent interpretation of the Lanham Act's damages provisions surely surprised many trademark practitioners. It held that, when a plaintiff chooses to receive statutory damages in a counterfeiting case instead of opting for actual damages, it may also be barred from recovering...