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Fraud Once Again Means Fraud at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

  • 03.30.11
  • Monica Riva Talley
  • Bloomberg Law Reports, Intellectual Property

In this article, Monica Riva Talley discusses why recent cases have made it very difficult to prove fraud going forward, particularly as the accused party can rely on either the advice of counsel defense (Bunte) or the uninformed layperson defense (Bristol). Practitioners have been left to wonder just what would constitute fraud under this new standard. Download the full article above.

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