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June 19, 2012


Citing the factual nature of trademark infringement claims, the Ninth Circuit vacated the order. It’s a pretty fact-specific decision, but the court concluded that genuine issues of material fact existed with respect to both “use in commerce” and likelihood of confusion. Therefore, it found the district court’s dismissal on summary judgment was a mistake.

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