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Trademark Law’s Fundamental Purposes, part 3

Purposes and limits (or not) in modern trademark law:  Wendy Gordon, Rebecca Tushnet   RT: Stacey Dogan’s statement that as a practical matter we need justifications for copying/free riding—I didn’t want to believe it, but I’m coming around to that … Continue reading

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Trademark Law’s Fundamental Purposes, part 2

The role of justifications and equitable considerations in trademark law:  Stacey Dogan   Many of the early cases are limiting protection b/c of some interest they’re trying to protect on the other side—Borden is an exception.  Maybe a public right … Continue reading

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