Crash Dummies, Cyber-Ads, and the Internet Troika: Recent US Trademark and Unfair Competition Cases
Published in the October 2011 issue of The Computer and Internet Lawyer

This article reviews selected recent trademark and unfair competition decisions in which courts again confirmed some established principles, such as that trademark licensing without quality control will result in an abandonment of rights and that a statutory presumption of abandonment because of non-use can be overcome by a sufficient demonstration of an intent to resume use.

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