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Federal unfair competition is a two-volume work tracing how Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act has played a pivotal role in the resolution of trademark and unfair competition claims in the federal courts. This database provides analysis of the legislative history and commentary on the most important and most recent court decisions, including detailed discussions of: Trademark, trade names, trade dress, advertising and celebrity cases; Right of privacy, including look-alikes and celebrity doubles; Litigation, jurisdictional and procedural issues; Types of relief.
Authors: Charles E. McKenney, George F. Long, III., <2012-> Database includes most recent edition only.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Description based on electronic file, viewed April 12, 2013.