Trademark Remedies


"How much can I get?"

When the owner of intellectual property learns

that its intellectual property rights have been

violated and evaluates whether to enforce its

rights, the owner must consider the various

remedies available to it, both in court and out of

court. While an out of court settlement may be

less costly than a lawsuit and potentially reap a

beneficial monetary settlement amount, there are

in-court remedies that one cannot get out of

court. In this issue of Dicta, the first of three

addressing remedies, we address federal civil

trademark remedies.

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