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A Michigan court has dismissed a trademark claim against a children’s clothing retailer, saying it was protected by the ‘first sale’ doctrine when it sold merchandise related to Viacom’s “Bubble Guppies” television show.
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Viacom; Bubble Guppies; trademark; first sale doctrine; US District Court for the Western District of Michigan; Target; Kmart; clothes; Goodies for Kiddies