Trademark infringement cases of depend on certain “DuPont factors” which help judges decide whether there is a likelihood of confusion between two brands.
“Likelihood of confusion” is a term in trademark law which measures how likely it is for the average consumer to confuse the products or services of two brands.
Trademark Class 42 is an interesting class that covers business that sell science, informational, and technical services.
Not only does this broad category include construction and repair services for buildings and technology, it also covers vehicle and airplane maintenance.
Class 5 includes pharmaceutical, veterinary, and sanitary products. Some common products in this class are diapers, medical shampoos, and supplements.
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