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The district court properly evaluated the relevant likelihood of confusion factors in light of the evidence presented at trial, including overwhelming evidence of the commercial strength of VAGISIL brand products and Combe’s Eveready consumer survey and a brand recognition, or “fame,” survey (Combe Inc. v. [read post]
5 Feb 2010, 1:30 pm by Alan E. Sherman
Today’s sales tax opinion from the Texas Third Court of Appeals in Austin, Combs v. [read post]
The district court properly evaluated the relevant likelihood of confusion factors in light of the evidence presented at trial, including overwhelming evidence of the commercial strength of VAGISIL brand products and Combe’s Eveready consumer survey and a brand recognition, or “fame,” survey (Combe Inc. v. [read post]