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Detailed, practical analysis of the full range of federal and state trademark infringement remedies
A trademark is often a company's most valuable asset because it identifies and distinguishes the source, origin, and quality of the company's services and products in the marketplace. To maintain a trademark's value, owners must vigorously defend and protect their brands against tarnishment, infringement, and misappropriation by others. Trademark Infringement Remedies, Second Edition provides owners and their counsel with the up-to-date information they need to do this effectively.
This valuable reference gives practitioners complete and authoritative coverage of all aspects of trademark rights, liabilities, and remedies in both traditional and emerging forms of trademark use and abuse. In light of the rapid pace of new developments in the law, the treatise addresses every aspect of civil infringement remedies available today in federal and state courts.
The new Second Edition begins with an overview of the law of trademarks and its developments and offers eleven updated chapters, discussing:
Necessary elements in establishing liability for trademark and unfair competition
Principals for equitable relief and the impact of bad faith on a practitioners case
Issuance of preliminary and permanent injunctions
What can happen if a wrongful seizure of another's goods occurs in the area of "extraordinary" relief
When, and under what circumstances, attorney's fees may be obtained by either party in civil litigation
Availability of special enforcement remedies such as cancellations, disclaimers, and corrective advertising
Relief and remedies under state law for infringement and unfair competition
Special relief available in a counterfeiting case
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