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Justices focus on quality control in SCOTUS case on TM licensing

Ellie Mertens, New York

In a trademark case Wednesday at the US Supreme Court, justices focused on the statutory issue of Congressional intent and practical issue of licensing quality control

Supreme CourtOn February 20, the court heard arguments in Mission Product Holdings v Tempnology. The transcript is available here.

The case centres around a carve-out for IP in the bankruptcy statute. In bankruptcy, debtors may reject any executory contracts in order...

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