Jacqueline Lesser Comments on Oral Arguments in Supreme Court Case Involving Trademark Damages

News / January 14, 2020

Counsel Jacqueline Lesser is quoted in an article published Jan. 14, 2020, by The article, “Justices Seek Middle Ground in Trademark Damages Case,” reports on arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in a case involving the rule requiring a threshold showing of willfulness to recover infringer’s profits for a trademark violation.

Lesser attended the oral arguments and told the publication that the justices seemed to be suggesting that willfulness must play an important role in the award of profits, but not necessarily as a “gateway” or prerequisite.

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