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Consumer Protection – Anticybersquatting Protection Act – Domain Name – Common Law Trademark (access required)

Although plaintiffs have just barely established a common law trademark right in the “Aprov” mark used for the Web site of their London introduction and escort agency, “Agency Provocateur,” an Alexandria U.S. District Court says they are not protected by the anticybersquatting statute because they did not show that the “Aprov” mark was “used in ...

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