IpHorgan Scuttles Opponent’s Attempts To Warehouse A Trademark

May 11, 2020

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An overseas communications firm asserted a broad U.S. trademark registration against a client’s application for a similar mark, alleging likelihood of confusion. IpHorgan responded with a counterclaim of fraud, alleging that the opposer had fraudulently filed for and obtained successive U.S. registrations based on broad international rights that were subsequently abandoned and refiled without showing use on any of the goods. IpHorgan secured an agreement in which the opposer withdrew its opposition with prejudice and the client withdrew its counterclaim of fraud without prejudice.


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