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Copyright Infringement Damages Upheld in File Sharing Case

The Tenebaum copyright infringement file sharing case, about which we first reported in an earlier blog, reached another milestone this week when the First Circuit upheld the jury’s $675, 000 damages award. Tenenbaum had been...more

7/1/2013 - Copyright Damages Digital Downloads File Sharing Infringement Music The Copyright Act

Contributory Infringement and Copyrights: If It Involves Your Customer, It Could be Your Problem Too

Right on the heels of our blog on trademarks and contributory infringement, comes a case in which the court refused to dismiss a claim against Amazon for sales by third parties of allegedly infringing photographs on its site....more

6/24/2013 - Amazon Contributory Infringement Copyright Infringement Trademarks

Counterfeits, Trademark Infringement, and Contributory Liability: Your Vendors are Your Problem

Counterfeit goods seem to be everywhere, and efforts to police their ubiquitous existence often seem futile. However, a recent decision involving counterfeit Coach products should inspire those who host vendors of counterfeit...more

6/19/2013 - Coach Inc Contributory Infringement Counterfeiting Fashion Industry Infringement Trademarks Vendors

Louboutin Sees Red Again: Protecting Color as a Trademark

Christian Louboutin filed suit last week in Federal District Court in New York against Charles Jourdan Fashion Footwear and unnamed companies and John and Jane Does for trademark counterfeiting and infringement and other...more

6/12/2013 - Christian Louboutin Counterfeiting Fashion Design Fashion Industry Infringement Red Sole Shoes Trademarks

Laches, Acquiescence, and Trademark Injunctions - Who Should Be Upstream Without a (Greek) Paddle?

On May 8, a long time manufacturer of ceremonial paddles marketed to fraternities and sororities filed a petition for certiorari with the US Supreme Court seeking relief from an injunction barring him from using Greek...more

5/22/2013 - Infringement Injunctions Laches Trademarks

The Issues of Trademark Infringement and Dilution Go “Wild”

Those of us in a certain age bracket will remember Mutual of Omaha’s “Wild Kingdom” television program that first began in 1963. The Emmy Award-winning show’s first run ended in 1986, and the show went into production again...more

5/20/2013 - Dilution Infringement Television Shows Trade Names Trademarks

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