SCOTUS grapples with ‘wilfulness’ in TM infringement
SCOTUS preview: justices consider profits awards for TM infringement
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Yesterday’s US Supreme Court ruling in Romag v Fossil is the latest effort to erase categorical rules on remedies for IP infringement, lawyers have told WIPR.
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