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Resale Price Maintenance May Carry More Risk Than Originally Thought in Canada, Eh?

Canada - May 17 2021 U.S. Litigation and Dispute Resolution Alert In a decision made public on 4 May, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the Court) determined that an…

Betsy Byra, Christopher S. Finnerty, Emily E. Gianetta, Morgan T. Nickerson.

COVID-19 Continues to Leave Commercial Landlords and Tenants Frustrated

USA - March 1 2021 Massachusetts Court is the Latest to Hold That Doctrine of Frustration of Purpose Discharges Commercial Tenant's Obligation to Pay Rent U.S…

Jack S. Brodsky.

COVID-19: Steps Product Manufacturers Can Take to Protect Their Brand as At-Risk Retailers Face Bankruptcy

USA - May 6 2020 The economic fallout of COVID-19 is widespread and immense, and few businesses remain unscathed by fundamental changes to consumer spending. No…

Jack S. Brodsky, James A. Wright III, R. Nicholas Perkins.

Supreme Court Raises the Stakes Against Unauthorized Resellers: Willfulness No Longer Required for Manufacturers to Obtain Profits in Trademark Cases

USA - May 4 2020 Last week, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil Group, Inc., No. 18-1233,[1] in which it held that the plaintiff…

Emily E. Gianetta, Molly R. Maidman, Morgan T. Nickerson.

Russian Competition Regulators, Mount Up: Russian Authorities Crack Down on Anti-Competitive Agreements With Uptick in Criminal Liability for Antitrust Violations

European Union, Russia - February 17 2020 Just one month into the New Year, Russian courts have already handed down three new criminal judgments for violations of anti-competition laws, a…

Christopher L. Nasson, Elma Delic, Hayley Trahan-Liptak, Neil T. Smith.