An Illuminating Tale of Likely Confusion

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Quiz time. Here's the setup:

Company A owns the following registered trademarks for use in connection with the listed goods: MAXSTAR for "electric lanterns" MAGNUM MAX for "hand-held electric spotlights" MAXFIRE for "portable, battery-operated lighting products, namely flashlights"

Company B owns these registered trademarks: MAG-LITE and MAGLITE for "flashlights" MAG for "flashlights" MAG-NUM STAR for "flashlight bulbs"

Assume that the above registered trademarks for both companies have coexisted on the trademark register and in the marketplace for a substantial period of time--fifteen years or more.

Now, here are the questions...

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