District court twice erred with respect to every confusion factor
In a long-running dispute between two religious organisations, the US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit has reversed a district court decision for the second time, explaining that on remand the district court had “erred with respect to every factor” in determining whether confusion was likely between two marks.
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