Not on my watch: disclosure of restored goods’ source obviates consumer confusion
In a dispute over the sale of restored antique pocket watches, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has confirmed that the defendant’s use of the plaintiff’s mark in connection with the sale of used goods did not create consumer confusion.
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