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Intellectual Property – Laches was defense to Lanham Act claim (access required)

Where a defendant that was sued for unfair competition under the Lanham Act argued the suit was filed too late, because a § 43(a) claim is equitable in nature, the affirmative defense of laches, rather than statute of limitations, was the correct legal standard. Background This appeal arises out of an action brought by Bayer Consumer Care ...

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