Reverse confusion suit not ironclad, but SmartSync lives on
In this dispute between Ironhawk - the owner of the SMARTSYNC mark - and Dropbox over the latter’s use of the name Smart Sync, Ironhawk focused primarily on its reverse confusion theory of infringement.
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