LaFrance on Trademark Infringement for Removal of Product Codes from Packaging
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In Zino Davidoff, the Second Circuit held that gray market goods are materially different, and thus, infringing under the Lanham Act, when the packaging has been altered. These holdings mark a significant broadening of the concept of material differences, strengthening the rights of trademark owners to prevent their products from being sold outside of their authorized U.S. distribution networks. Mary LaFrance discusses this important ruling.
2009 Emerging Issues 4502.
LaFrance, Mary, "LaFrance on Trademark Infringement for Removal of Product Codes from Packaging" (2009). Scholarly Works. Paper 451.
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