Trademark Infringement II
Continue learning about trademark infringement with this discussion of the remedies available to a trademark owner against an infringer under the Lanham Act, including injunctive relief and monetary recovery.
A trademark owner can seek a number of remedies against an infringer, including injunctive relief, monetary recovery, cancellation of a registration and other remedies. While the Lanham Act does not allow for punitive damages, remedies for willful damages include attorney’s fees and, in some cases, the tripling of damages, or treble damages. Judges have a large amount of discretion when it comes to awarding damages.
Consider the following situation: Company A holds a 25-year...