The US Supreme Court has ruled that decisions by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) on likelihood of confusion should preclude any identical issues from being re-litigated in a district court.
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US Supreme Court, US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, likelihood of confusion, trademarks, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, B&B Hardware