Sticky situation? Circumstantial evidence can support intent to confuse in trade dress claims
This decision of the US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit shows that a party seeking to protect its trade dress should try to show not just intentional copying, but intentional copying with the intent to confuse consumers about a product’s origins.
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