Deborah Wilcox Reviews Knowledge Standard in Trademark Case

Articles / February 1, 2017

Partner Deborah Wilcox writes about the decision Second Court of Appeals to cancel the registration of a trademark for “Pudgie’s” pizza, finding that the applicant knew that someone else had the right to use the mark as well. The article, “Pizza Dispute Clarifies Knowledge Requirement to Prove Fraud” appeared in the Sept. 15, 2016, issue of the INTA Bulletin, published by the International Trademark Association.

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