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  1. Chloé v. Queen Bee: its Impact on Trademark Infringement Actions Against Internet Counterfeiters:Teleconference

    Chloé v. Queen Bee: its Impact on Trademark Infringement Actions Against Internet Counterfeiters:Teleconference

    Andrew will moderate a one-hour teleconference sponsored by Law Seminars International next Wednesday October 6 at 1 pm NY time discussing the recent 2d Circuit case of Chloé v. Queen Bee and its impact on  trademark infringement actions against Internet counterfeiters. Here is the link to the program brochure. The panelists are Joan K. Archer, Esq. of Lathrop & Gage LLP in  Kansas City, Missouri  and Eric J. Read more

  2. Chloé v. Queen Bee of Beverly Hills: The Second Circuit Stretches New York’s Long-Arm Statute in Response to Counterfeit Infringement Over the Internet

    Chloé v. Queen Bee of Beverly Hills: The Second Circuit Stretches New York’s Long-Arm Statute in Response to Counterfeit Infringement Over the Internet

    Counterfeit infringement over the Internet continues to grow. With the web erasing marketing and distribution hurdles, it is easier than ever for Internet marketers in Bangladesh to sell counterfeit goods in Spokane. Owners seeking to compel counterfeiters to defend trademark infringement actions in the owner’s home court face jurisdictional due process issues. Often the counterfeiters only contacts with the local forum are a sale there that infringes plaintiff’s trademark plus sales of products bearing the marks of others. Read more

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