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Trademark Infringement, Likelihood of Confusion

Trademarks are designed to designate the source of a good or service. When you see golden arches, you know it is a McDonalds. Infringement of a trademark occurs when the use of a similar mark is “likely to cause confusion” in the marketplace. Vitek Systems, Inc. v. Abbott Laboratories, 675 F.2d 190, 192 (8th Cir.1982). […]

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