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Trademark Fraud Claims Not Plausible (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit seeking cancellation of a trademark related to a “SHUSTOV” mark for alcoholic beverages and spirits, plaintiff has failed to allege specific facts to support its fraud claims and the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s suit with prejudice. This case involves a Trademark Cancellation petition initiated by plaintiff Odessky, a Ukrainian corporation, seeking ...

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