Amazon not liable for infringement by third-party sellers 19 Jun 17
On May 23 2017 the Federal Circuit in Milo & Gabby LLC v Amazon.com, Inc upheld the district court’s decision that Amazon was not liable for infringement by third-party sellers offering knock-off products through Amazon’s online marketplace, even where the third-party sellers use Amazon’s fulfilment services to deliver the product to the ultimate customer.
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