Tuesday, October 03, 2006

7th Cir. Gray Market Goods/Material Difference Case

IP Legal Lounge reports on a recent Seventh Circuit decision regarding the "material difference" test for gray market goods. Even where marks are affixed with authorization, if the goods are produced for a foreign market and reimported into the US by a third-party, the importation may violate the Lanham act when the domestic and foreign products are materially different. Previously.



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