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Defendant infringed on company’s trademark

Where GoSecure owns the mark GOSECURE and operates in the cybersecurity space, a man was liable for trademark infringement for using GOSECURE on his website, blog and Twitter account, all of which contained information about cybersecurity services and goods. Background ...

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$2M award for trademark infringement stands

Where the jury awarded the plaintiff $2 million in damages on its trademark infringement claim, the defendants’ post-trial attack on that award failed. Although the award constituted a significant portion of defendants’ profits, and it was not perfectly clear how ...

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Court lacks jurisdiction over NC-based defendants

Where a company and individual sued for violations of the Lanham Act, defamation, tortious interference with plaintiffs’ prospective business advantages and relationships and business conspiracy did not purposefully avail themselves of the benefits and privileges of Virginia law, there was ...

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Refusal to reinstate PCT application arbitrary

Where the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, refused to reinstate the plaintiffs’ patent cooperation treaty, or PCT, application after they paid the required fees, that was arbitrary and capricious. The office had granted relief to at least ...

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Patent holder fails to plausibly allege indirect infringement

Where a patent holder failed to allege facts sufficient to support a plausible claim that the defendant knowingly induced others to infringe the plaintiff’s patents, or that defendant acted with the specific intent to do so, an indirect infringement claim ...

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