The Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition is an annual event honoring Saul Lefkowitz, whose entire distinguished career was dedicated to the development of trademark and unfair competition law.
The competition introduces law students to important issues arising in U.S. trademark and unfair competition law. Students develop their brief writing and oral advocacy skills in a mock courtroom experience.
Law Reviews & Journals on Trademark and Unfair Competition
McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition provides the authoritative information and analysis needed to successfully represent clients in registering, licensing, protecting, and litigating trademark and false advertising cases. In print for over 45 years and cited in more than 6,000 court and Trademark Board opinions, including 14 U.S. Supreme Court opinions, McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition is the leading guide for understanding and applying U.S. trademark law. This seven-volume publication explains trademark and false advertising law with clear, concise analysis of cases and statutes, and offers:
How-to guidance for registering trademarks and litigating U.S.P.T.O. Trademark Board proceedings and appeals
Examination of defenses to trademark infringement, including assertion of free speech and the classic and nominative fair use defenses
Analysis of the likelihood of confusion test of trademark infringement
Discussion of international aspects of trademark law, including gray market imports and registration under the Madrid Protocol
Explanation of trademark dilution under both federal and state law
Protection of titles and trademarks of literary, artistic, and entertainment rights
Litigating false advertising cases brought under the Lanham Act
Procedure in trademark infringement and false advertising litigation, including jurisdiction, motions, res judicata, jury trials and registration presumptions
Explanation of the criteria for survey evidence to determine trademark validity and infringement
Criteria for valid trademark assignments and licenses
Commentary and insight from a noted scholar and practitioner