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September–October, 2019 Vol. 109 No. 5 Back to TMR Main Page

September–October, 2019 (Vol. 109 No. 5)

This new issue of The Trademark Reporter offers a comprehensive update on the landmark decision in Rogers v. Grimaldi upon its thirtieth anniversary, concise insights on debranding in the European Union, and INTA’s view on whether willful infringement is a prerequisite for an award of an infringer’s profits (as set forth in its amicus brief in the pending U.S. Supreme Court case of Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc.).

Another Decade of Rogers v. Grimaldi: Continuing to Balance the Lanham Act with the First Amendment Rights of Creators of Artistic Works
Lynn M. Jordan and David M. Kelly

Commentary: If You Remove It, You Use It: The Court of Justice of the European Union on Debranding—On the Mitsubishi v. Duma Judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union
Fabio Angelini and Simone Verducci Galletti

Amicus Brief of the International Trademark Association in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc.
International Amicus Committee of the International Trademark Association

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