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Re: E-Commerce and Brand Protection: A Two-Way Street
Posted by Luis Alcalde on 2008-08-12 09:09:15
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Does your business bear legal responsibility to police the infringement of one of your organization's most valuable assets, the company brand, on widely used Internet auction sites like eBay? That all depends on where the electronic commerce is being conducted, based on recently issued, conflicting court opinions from the United States and France. On July 14, the United States District Court Southern District of New York concluded that trademark owners, not e-commerce sites like eBay, carry the burden of ensuring that their intellectual property rights are not being violated.

 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: E-Commerce and Brand Protection: A Two-Way Street  Luis Alcalde  2008-08-12 09:09:15
IP Protection and Mass Fraud Aggregation  LisaLMorgan  2008-08-12 11:27:01
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