Louis Vuitton ruling could spur use of ITC for trade marks
An initial determination recommending a general exclusion order against counterfeit Louis Vuitton products could send trade mark owners flocking to the International Trade Commission
Louis Vuitton in a statement identified itself as "the first
luxury goods company to seek redress at the ITC". The company
filed a motion for summary determination of a Section 337
(intellectual property) violation naming several respondents
based in China,...
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