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Federal Circuit Holds that ITC’s Trademark Decisions Are Not Binding on District Courts, Creating a Potential Circuit Split

The U.S. International Trade Commission, a quasi-judicial independent agency based in Washington, D.C., is a common forum for patent, trademark, and trade secret disputes. The Federal Circuit has long held that the ITC’s rulings on patent infringement and validity issues do not have preclusive effect on later district court proceedings.

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Court Holds Google’s Sale of Trademarks as Keywords Does Not Create Likelihood of Confusion and is Not Trademark Infringement

Practices: Intellectual Property, Trademark & Related IP Litigation

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