Use in commerce

Eric Goldman’s Technology & Marketing Law Blog brings us up to speed on the “use in commerce” debate — whether a prima facie case of trademark infringement requires that there be “use in commerce” or whether that can be put aside and the focus be on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION.

It’s quite literally academic — unless you’re the guy whose case gets tossed out because of a failure of “use in commerce.” So if you practice trademark law, and especially litigation, take a look at this.

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