February 8, 2021
In a highly competitive marketplace, established companies sometimes use a variety of means to suppress emerging companies and its branding that may or may not threaten their own market share. Often, lawsuits for trademark infringement end upon enjoining the defendant infringer. However, companies always press for monetary damages as well, but a prevailing plaintiff is...
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