In their Entertainment Law column, Michael I. Rudell and Neil J. Rosini, partners at Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, review the facts in the Southern District ruling in 'Louis Vuitton Malletier v. Warner Brothers Entertainment' and then glance back at two major precedents in the Second and Ninth circuits before returning to the court's analysis of 'The Hangover Part II,' which drew from those precedents.
Unauthorized Use of Trademarks In 'Hangover' Film Is Upheld
New York Law Journal
August 24, 2012
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