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Foreign Mark Owner Who Never Used Mark in the United States Cannot Sue Under the Lanham Act

Author: Morgan E. Smith

The Eastern District of Virginia recently opined on the issue of standing to sue under Sections 14(3) and 43(a) of the Lanham Act and reversed the TTAB’s decision cancelling Belmora’s FLANAX mark. 433 more words

Federal Cases

Eberhardt

Eberhardt v. City of Los Angeles, 62 F.3d 1253, 1258 (9th Cir. 1995)

Neighbors of a 23 year old called the police to report that the patient was suffering from a heroin overdose. 411 more words

Failure To Screen

Repp

Repp v. Anadarko Mun. Hosp., 43 F.3d 519 (10th Cir. 1994)

The patient made an outpatient visit to her physician complaining of a rash. He was diagnosed with shingles and prescribed medication. 297 more words

Failure To Screen

FOOT PAIN: CONCRETE FLOOR

Standing for long hours, walking on concrete floors causes increased pain and discomfort. Certain symptoms leading to injuries are: tender arches, inflammation, blisters on toes, muscle soreness and low back pain leading to plantar fasciitis, vasricose veins… 42 more words

Back Pain Due To Running