A recent suit by electronics maker Fuhu, Inc. against Toys “R” Us over the two companies’ plans to market tablet computers for children provides a window into multiple aspects of current intellectual property law. Fuhu’s claims span trade secrets, trade dress, and trademark issues, and provide a recent example helping illustrate current trends in the respective case law. Finnegan attorney Naresh Kilaru discusses the case and the lessons that other companies can take from it.

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