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Tools of the Trademark: Introduction to Trademark Litigation

1h 2m

Created on November 02, 2017

Beginner

$59

Overview

This course, presented by Debevoise & Plimpton attorney Megan Bannigan, provides an overview of trademark litigation. It will provide a primer on the subject matter, including causes of actions and defenses. It will also provide a guide to navigating common strategical decisions, such as venue and jurisdiction, and what relief to seek.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Navigate the contours of trademark litigation, including the subject matter, causes of action, remedies, and defenses
  2. Identify the specific purposes and requirements of various causes of action (e.g., infringement, dilution, cybersquatting, counterfeiting)
  3. Discuss how to navigate venue and jurisdiction (federal court, state court, TTAB, ITO, UDRP)
  4. Explore the strategic considerations behind the decision of when to sue

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