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Thursday, October 18, 2012


Klein Trial Lawyers

This post calls attention to a very discouraging abuse of trademark law. Because Long Bow has gone out of its way to make clear that Jenzabar has no association with the page in question, there is virtually no likelihood of a reasonable person being confused. The Jenzabar founder featured in the documentary, Chai Ling, could simply state that she regretted her comments used in the film instead of continuing to press on with a trademark infringement lawsuit that essentially equates to censorship. Trademark law should not be used to stifle free speech.

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