Unfair competition and the Lanham Act: Doris E. Long

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Bureau of National Affairs, 1993 - Law - 492 pages
To face a business crisis and protect your clients' interests, put the strength of the Lanham Act -- and its powerful Section 43(a) addressing unfair competition -- to work for you.

Whether you are pursuing or defending a claim, this practice-oriented guide gives you valuable advice from a successful litigator. The author covers the Act's full scope of protection, including causes of action, evidence requirements, available defenses, and remedies. You get:
-- circuit-by-circuit breakdown of trademark and trade dress decisions
-- analysis of possible causes of action under the Act's Section 43(a)
-- discussion of related federal and state laws
-- case table, text of the Lanham Act, checklists, and more

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Contents

Chapter Two The Lanham Act as a Trademark Protection
34
Chapter Three The Lanham Act as a Trade Dress Protection
94
Chapter Four The Lanham Act and False Advertising
172
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