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Concurrent Use of Names that Serve Equally as Domain Names and Trademarks

Trademark law recognizes (with some qualification) that two parties can be entitled to use similar, even identical lexical strings where the concurrent user offers the public unrelated goods or services. It has been noted that “the Lanham Act’s tolerance for similarity between competing marks varies inversely with the fame of the prior mark.” Kenneth Parker […]

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