Octane standard adopted in Ninth Circuit Lanham Act case
The Ninth Circuit’s en banc ruling says a case in which fee-shifting is appropriate is “simply one that stands out from others with respect to the substantive strength of a party’s litigating position”
On Monday October 24, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled en banc in SunEarth v Sun Earth Solar Power to overturn its own precedent in order to align its standard for awarding attorneys fees in trade mark cases with...
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