TTAB: reckless disregard for truth satisfies ‘intent to deceive’ requirement
In a landmark decision, the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board has expanded the grounds on which fraud may be found by holding that proof of reckless disregard for truth or falsity may be sufficient to show an intent to deceive.
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