26 August 2021TrademarksAlex Baldwin

Tenth Circuit grapples with scope of Lanham Act

The US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit has upheld a $113 million award to Hetronic, ruling that the Lanham Act can extend to foreign sales activity.

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