'Yung v. Trump': Brand Protection With Anticybersquatting Statute

, New York Law Journal


In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky writes: The conventional wisdom has been that the trademark laws and the traditional tools of brand protection lack force in cyberspace—that the Internet is the "Wild West." In fact, that is not the case.

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