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Tuesday, July 21, 2015


Jeff cohen

Actually I wonder if you understand the issue being presented. I have been involved with the case since inception and find it disheartening that Public Citizen has a gadfly like yourself espousing positions that favor consumer confusion over accurate marketing. I assume next week it will be some other topic du-jour for you but for my client Amazon's free-riding must stop. Initial interest confusion is a quintessential example of free-riding. Amazon has build a business on account of it. The reason they use it is because it works. Did you ever consider that?

Jeff Cohen

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