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Three-Stripes and the Burden of Irreparable Injury

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adidas and Skechers are athletic shoe and apparel manufacturers who have a long history of litigation between them arising out of claims that Skechers has repeatedly infringed upon adidas’ trademarks.  In Adidas America, Inc. v. Skechers USA, Inc. (decided May 10, 2018), the Ninth Circuit once again had to weigh in on Skechers’ alleged infringement… Continue Reading

Trademark Infringement: Factors Considered in Consumer Confusion

Posted in Trademark Law

By Jeff Pietsch           Earlier this month, the shoe company Skechers defeated a preliminary injunction brought by the shoe company ASICS. The injunction against Skechers sought to prevent Skechers from making and selling their shoes. ASICS brought this action against Skechers for trademark infringement claiming that Skechers hijacked the ASICS brand image and goodwill by using a… Continue Reading