Property, intangible

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One Cannot Put a Would-Be Franchise Back Together

I was all stoked because one of the most complicated trademark ownership cases I’ve ever seen, C.F.M. Distributing Co. v. Costantine, was appealed to the Federal Circuit. Super! Clarification from a Court of Appeals on trademark ownership!

Sigh. Affirmed under Rule 36 without an opinion. Oral argument here.

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