Beware the creeping growth of trademark law?

Copying an unprotected concept or design used to be called competition; now it is known as trademark infringement. So said Christine Haight Farley, of the American University’s Washington School of Law, speaking in a well-attended session held this morning at the INTA annual meeting in Washington DC. Along with her fellow panellists Farley was exploring the challenges created by what all three agreed is the steady expansion of trademark law.

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