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U.S. Supreme Court Expands Application of Presumption Against Extraterritoriality While Limiting the International Scope of U.S. Trademark Law

News U.S. Supreme Court Expands Application of Presumption Against Extraterritoriality While Limiting the International Scope of U.S. Trademark Law Michael S. Lazaroff · September 27, 2023

In an article published by the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal, Rimon Partner Michael Lazaroff explains how the U.S. Supreme Court expands the application of presumption against extraterritoriality, while limiting the international scope of U.S. trademark law.

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The article was edited by the Technology and Proprietary Rights Group of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and is published in full with permission of the publisher.

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Michael Lazaroff is a partner in the Rimon Litigation group in the New York office.  He is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer with over two decades of experience in complex commercial litigation and arbitration representing both defendants and plaintiffs.  His extensive experience includes international litigation and arbitration, multidistrict actions, class actions, partnership disputes, antitrust litigation and counseling, copyright litigation, complex contract disputes, and pharmaceutical litigation.