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Back to the US ITC for Converse All Star trade marks


Josh Pond, Lisa Pearson, Matthew Meyer and Ted Davis of Kilpatrick Townsend dissect the contentious trade mark and remedy issues that split the Federal Circuit in its decision overturning the US International Trade Commission’s sneaker ruling

Nearly a century after Converse debuted the Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker, the shoe has bounded into the headlines of US intellectual property news. Rightfully so: at issue is whether Converse wins a powerful general exclusion order from the US...


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