Trademarks

How Do You Draft a Consent Decree for Trademark Infringement to Account for Unknown Unknowns? The Sixth Circuit Says “The Usual Way” in Recent Ruling

In 1995, Amazon recently sold its first book and eBay was just getting off the ground.  At that point, the idea of e-commerce marketplaces was in its infancy.  It was unlikely that Jeff Bezos contemplated that I might be buying… Read More

Are E-commerce Sites Liable for Trademark Infringement? The Sixth Circuit Gives Guidance

Can an e-commerce facilitator be liable for trademark infringement when the products they sell are designed by a third-party?  The Sixth Circuit says it depends on the degree of control the e-commerce facilitator has over manufac… Read More

TTAB Requires Cross-Examination By Oral Deposition in CAPTAIN CANNABIS Battle

In a precedential decision in a cancellation proceeding, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has ruled that Petitioner Laverne J. Andrusiek must cross-examine, by oral deposition, Respondent Cosmic Crusaders LLC’s witnesses who… Read More