Counterfeit battles heat up on Web

TROs affect domain registries, other sites used by infringers.

, The National Law Journal

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A proposed law to combat digital piracy stalled last year in the face of widespread public opposition, but district courts are embracing its controversial remedies against Internet companies that do business with alleged infringers in trademark cases.

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Originally appeared in print as Brand owners battle counterfeiting on Web

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  • Spook

    More proof that SOPA and related laws are not needed.

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