Trademark Infringement Remedies: Overcoming the Challenges of Inconsistent Court Treatment to Protect IP Rights
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to IP counsel on the monetary and non-monetary remedies available for trademark infringement. The panel will provide guidance for navigating through inconsistent court rulings on trademark infringement remedies.
- Court treatment
- Non-monetary relief
- Preliminary injunctions
- Permanent injunctions
- Extraordinary circumstances and relief
- Monetary relief
- Challenges of enhanced damages and attorneys’ fees
- Other remedies
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What relief and remedies are available for infringement and unfair competition?
- What are the challenges with the definition of the proper scope of review when the courts have inconsistently reviewed injunctions?
- When may attorneys’ fees be obtained in trademark infringement litigation?
Robert W. Payne, Esq.
Payne IP Law
Mr. Payne is the owner of Payne IP Law, located in the heart of Silicon Valley. With over 20 years’ experience,... | Read More
Mr. Payne is the owner of Payne IP Law, located in the heart of Silicon Valley. With over 20 years’ experience, he practices trademark, patent and other intellectual property litigation and dispute resolution. Mr. Payne is former Chair of the California Bar’s IP Section Executive Committee and former Chair of the AIPLA’s Patent Litigation Committee. He has authored over 50 trademark and patent articles in various publications and is a frequent presenter on IP topics. Mr. Payne is affiliated with the Hoge Fenton law firm in San Jose.Close
Bradley J. Walz
Winthrop & Weinstine
Mr. Walz is experienced in all aspects of trademark and copyright law, and assists with trademark opposition and... | Read More
Mr. Walz is experienced in all aspects of trademark and copyright law, and assists with trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings before the TTAB and with trademark, unfair competition, copyright, and cybersquatting litigation in federal district court. He represents clients on complex and strategic legal and business matters related to cloud computing, software development and data security.Close