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Intellectual Property Litigation: Supreme Court to Decide Willful Trademark Infringement Issue

November 13, 2019 Download PDF

Litigation partners Lewis Clayton and Eric Stone’s latest intellectual property litigation column, “Supreme Court to Decide Willful Trademark Infringement Issue,” appeared in the November 13 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article discusses Romag Fasteners v. Fossil, in which the U.S. Supreme Court is set to revolve a circuit split over whether a successful trademark-infringement plaintiff may recover the defendant-infringer’s own profits without showing that the defendant’s false or misleading use of trademark was willful. Litigation associate Michael Milea assisted in the preparation of this article.

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