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Good textbook explaination, but is not really applicable in the real world. This rings true with the recent opinion in the 5th Circuit--Healix Infusion Therapy v. Steve Murphy. The Court went out of its way to screw up in order to find in favor of the defendant in the case and is downright scary to read if you're a company trying to protect its domain names. What's wrong with these judges in Texas that they could make such a blunder????

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