Trademark: Infringement


Under the Lanham Act, a plaintiff must show: (1) it has a valid trademark; (2) that the defendant used the trademark in commerce; and (3) the defendant's use is likely to confuse or deceive the consuming public as to the source of the goods or services at issue.


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