US Supreme Court considers preclusive effect of TTAB decisions
In B&B Hardware v Hargis (Case 13-352) the US Supreme Court has held that, in certain circumstances, decisions of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) refusing registration on the grounds of likelihood of confusion can have preclusive effect in subsequent infringement litigation.
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