Supreme Court clarifies that likelihood of confusion is to be presumed in infringement actions involving double identity
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It is not necessary to establish whether the plaintiff’s mark has a reputation and whether the infringement is likely to cause confusion where the parties’ marks and the goods/services at issue are identical.
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