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Trademark Infringement Litigation: Willfulness No Longer Necessary for Award of Profits - Intellectual Property News

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Posted on: May 20, 2020

From Quarles & Brady LLP:

In a recent decision, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that trademark owners can recover profits from an alleged infringer even if the trademark infringement was not willful. Read our analysis on the case, including our key takeaways and why it has potential to change litigation strategies for both plaintiffs and defendants alike in trademark infringement cases. Read more.

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