Litigation in the ITC: a guide for trade mark owners
Trade mark investigations instituted by the International Trade Commission have picked up this year. Orrick’s Diana Szego Fassbender discusses when the ITC make sense for trade mark owners
The International Trade Commission (ITC) is well-known in intellectual property circles as a venue for addressing patent infringement. It is an understatement to say that there historically have been few trade mark-specific ITC actions (from May 2009-2014, the ITC instituted...
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