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Romag v Fossil: No Intent Required in Trademark Disputes to Secure Profits Awards, U.S. Supreme Court Rules

World Trademark Review

23 Apr 2020

Jennifer Taylor spoke to World Trademark Review for an article covering the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the subject of profits awards in Romag Fasteners v. Fossil.

“This decision brings clarity to an important issue in trademark law,” Jennifer said. “Because the principles of equity will still govern whether an infringer’s profits can be recovered, the infringer’s intent will remain relevant, but a showing of willfulness will no longer be a separate requirement.”

Read the full article.



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