Tropp v. Conair Corporation, et al.

Brief of Appellant David Tropp

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In the District Court proceedings, plaintiff / appellant David tropp accused the appellees of indirect and contributory trademark infringement concerning the patents in suit. Related claims in an action called Travel Sentry v. Tropp were dismissed in September, 2010 and the underlying lawsuit from which this appeal was filed was dismissed on grounds of collateral estoppel. This appeal followed.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | Federal, Federal Circuit, Patent | United States

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