Trademark Law: A Practitioner's Guide

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Practising Law Institute, 2002 - Law - 897 pages
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This all-new Fourth Edition of the benchmark one-volume guide to trademark law is marked by extensive new coverage, including vital analysis of: New trade dress case law interpreting the doctrine of utilitarian functionality in the wake of the Supreme Courts TrafFix decision. New issues before the Supreme Court regarding dilution protection under the Federal Trademark Dilution Act New Internet cases on jurisdiction and the effect of UDRP arbitration decisions on federal litigation. New case law under the recently revised Federal Rules of Evidence. Plus updated material on gray market goods and attorney/client and work product privileges, new tips on reaching settlement agreements, and the latest changes to the T.M.E.P. Filled with dozens of forms, documents, checklists, and color exhibits, Trademark Law provides you with all the field-tested, step-by-step guidance you need to select, search, use, reinforce, renew, defend, and expand trademarks. Comprehensive enough to serve new and experienced practitioners on both sides of trademark disputes.

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