Proposed Orders Regarding Websites In Foreign Countries Must Be Drafted Carefully For Enforcement

This case was pioneering in the issue of determining enabling or disabling websites abroad. This case involved a former trademark injunction that had been issued that had been violated abroad, but did not have the contempt standard required.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is a trademark?
What is an injunction and what is contempt?
Who were the parties and the facts underlying the case?
What did the court determine?
What is the significance of this case?


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