Global Trademark Resources Print Page Page Image Current IssueArticle ArchiveTMR Search July-August, 2011 Vol. 101 No. 4 Back to TMR Main Page Amicus Brief of the International Trademark Association in Penguin Group Inc. v. American Buddha By Marc Lieberstein, Counsel for Amicus Curiae, INTA INTA Position: The New York State Court of Appeals should, in its decision on a jurisdiction question referred by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in a copyright case, limit its opinion on where the "situs of the injury" occurs to copyright cases, rather than answering the question with respect to "intellectual property" cases in general. Outcome: The New York State Court of Appeals decided the jurisdiction question solely with respect to copyright cases. The Trademark Reporter is available to INTA members only. Please go to Member Login at the top of this screen to access the full article.