Second Circuit Limits Brand Owners’ Ability to Stop Counterfeiting on eBay


The Second Circuit's Tiffany v eBay decision limits brand owners’ ability to stop counterfeiting on the eBay auction

website. But it also provides useful advice how Internet auction and third-party sales sites can, like eBay, avoid liability for users who use the site to sell counterfeit or infringing goods.

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