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Gilson on Trademarks
Copyright 2017, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Trademark Inter Partes Litigation
Anne Gilson LaLonde; Jerome Gilson, original author from 1974-2005
This chapter concludes with a discussion of the appellate review that's available to a party in an inter partes proceeding, which consists of appealing either to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit or to a United States District Court, and addresses the Federal Circuit's and District Courts' respective scope of review and standard of review.
Gilson on Trademarks provides an in-depth analysis of all aspects of trademark law and includes detailed discussions of domestic and international issues. It also includes more than 450 trademark practice forms on all aspects of USPTO proceedings, complete with drafting guides, practice tips, and filing requirements. It is an essential tool for the practitioner engaged in transactional trademark work, trademark prosecution, or trademark litigation.
trademark,USPTO,TTAB,litigation,inter partes,Morehouse,equitable defense,discovery,trademark registration,third party registrations,confusingly similar trademarks,likelihood of confusion,genericness,descriptiveness
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