1 October 2012TrademarksJames Chao

Spot the difference: when similar products aren't similar

Things change, much to our surprise. Similarity or relatedness of products is an important factor in finding likelihood of confusion of two trademarks. Some products are traditionally considered similar or dissimilar, but the courts may rule otherwise.

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