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Intellectual Property Litigation: Injunction Practice After 'eBay'; Google Books; Cybersquatting Liability

January 22, 2014 Read the article

Litigation partner Lewis Clayton's Intellectual Property Litigation column appeared in the January 16 issue of the New York Law Journal. The article, "Injunction Practice After 'eBay'; Cybersquatting Liability," discusses recent rulings that illustrate how much the landscape of injunctive relief in intellectual property cases has changed over the past seven years, a remand of a district court's denial of a fee award to a successful defendant, an opinion notable for its comments about consumer surveys in trademark cases, and more. Associates Jenny C. Wu and Jennifer H. Wu assisted in the preparation of the article.

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