Archive for September 2015

How to Argue That There is No Likelihood of Confusion Due to a Crowded Field After the Federal Circuit’s Decision in Juice Generation v. GS Enterprises

Whether trying to overcome a likelihood of confusion refusal by an examining attorney or litigating a Section 2(d) likelihood of confusion claim in an opposition proceeding, arguing that there is no likelihood of confusion due to a crowded field (many similar marks in use for similar goods or services) has pretty much been hit or…

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