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Second Circuit Upholds Ruling in Favor of Ralph Lauren in Trademark Dispute

Posted in Intellectual Property

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled recently that the United States Polo Association (USPA) cannot use its “Double Horsemen” logo on men’s fragrances, affirming the district court’s finding of trademark infringement and entry of a permanent injunction in favor of PRL USA Holdings, Inc. (PRL).  PRL is the owner and… Continue Reading

Federal Courts Increasingly Receptive to IP Geolocation Data; Copyright, Other Lawsuits Affected

Posted in Intellectual Property, Telecommunications

A series of recent decisions suggests that federal courts increasingly are accepting evidence derived from Internet Protocol (IP) geolocation databases, which make it possible to look up the geographic location of a computer or other similarly-equipped electronic device.  This development may be particularly significant in the area of copyright litigation, where alleged online infringers can… Continue Reading