Category: likelihood of confusion

Trademark Defendant who Lost on Summary Judgment Files Appeal with Eleventh Circuit, but Special Master May Still Assess Monetary Recovery

A defendant whom the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida adjudicated a trademark infringer on summary judgment, and liable for attorneys’ fees as well as profits, filed an appeal from that court’s judgment on February 11, 2013.  However, an order of appointment of a Special […]

11th Circuit Affirms District Court Ruling in Favor of Defendants in Stormwater Filtration “Baffle Boxes” Trademark Case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has issued its ruling in a trademark dispute between two competing manufacturers of baffle boxes — stormwater filtration devices that “remove debris, trash, oil and other pollutants from stormwater before the stormwater reaches lakes, rivers, and streams.”[1]  The Court […]