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Intellectual Property – Trademark – Advertising – Direct & Contributory Infringement & Dilution Claims – Vicarious Infringement & Unjust Enrichment (access required)

Rosetta Stone Ltd. v. Google Inc. In language-learning company Rosetta Stone’s trademark infringement suit against Google over use of the Rosetta Stone mark in Google’s online advertising platform, the 4th Circuit vacates summary judgment for Google on plaintiff’s claims for direct infringement, contributory infringement and dilution of plaintiff’s mark, but upholds summary judgment for Google on claims of vicarious infringement and unjust enrichment under Virginia law.

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