Max Sneyd and Jeffrey May were successful in both obtaining a dismissal of a third-party case against their client and summary judgment as to their counterclaim.
A defendant in a federal case for trademark infringement brought Kerr Russell’s client into the case, claiming that Kerr Russell’s client was the originator of the infringing products. On summary judgment, Kerr Russell proved that, not only did its client not supply the infringing products, but the products at issue also infringed on trademarks owned by Kerr Russell’s client. Kerr Russell successfully had the case against its client dismissed and also obtained summary judgment on its counterclaim for trademark infringement. The entire opinion can be found HERE.
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AttorneysMichael A. Sneyd Jeffrey A. May
Practice AreasIntellectual Property and Litigation