Posts Tagged ‘Infringement Lawsuit’

Will a Preliminary Injunction Cost You Money in Your Trademark Infringement Lawsuit?

There is an interconnectedness between preliminary injunctions and monetary damages that is often glossed over. If you’re a trademark litigator, you should discuss the relationship between preliminary injunctive relief and monetary damages with your client before deciding to file a motion for preliminary injunction. Likewise, if you’re the trademark owner, you should also appreciate the…

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Where to Sue Trademark Infringers (Part 3): Venue

When filing a complaint for trademark infringement, the plaintiff should make sure that the court has jurisdiction to hear the case and the court is a proper venue for the lawsuit. More specifically, jurisdiction refers to a court’s legal authority to hear a case (i.e., the power to adjudicate the action) whereas venue refers to…

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