Tagged: Consumer Surveys

Don’t Go Rogue in Proving Up Consumer Deception

Consumer surveys. Love ’em or hate ’em, they are an evidentiary staple in many Lanham Act disputes. A well designed and executed survey can bolster your case, or can act as a powerful antidote to counteract your opponent’s. Survey evidence is not, legally speaking, strictly continue reading...

Booking it to the District Court

A recent decision out of the federal district court for the Eastern District of Virginia overturned in part the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s decision that the mark “Booking.com” is not registrable on the basis that the mark is generic.  Judge Brinkema presided over the continue reading...