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Tag Archives: Trademark infringement

No infringement in law firms’ trademark fight

To build up its personal injury practice, the Krueger Law Firm in Roseville, Minn., urges prospective clients to call 1-800-INJURED, a trademark the three-attorney firm licenses through the Mountain Marketing Group, an Illinois company with a niche in the alphanumeric telephone business.

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09-3379 Stayart v. Yahoo! Inc.

Intellectual Property Trademark infringement; standing Before a plaintiff may assert a claim under the Lanham Act, she must have a commercial interest to protect. “Relying on cases in other circuits, Stayart argues that because her activities include advocacy and boycotts she is engaged in ‘services’ and ‘commercial activities’ and therefore has standing to pursue her claim. In support of this ...

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