Long-arm statutes were designed to extend personal jurisdiction outside of state lines. But no doubt the legislators who enacted these statutes never dreamed that the long arm they were creating…Continue reading Penguin v. American Buddha: Should Internet Copyright Infringement Alter the Jurisdictional Analysis Under the Long-Arm Statute?
The Second Circuit in Chloé v. Queen Bee expanded long-arm jurisdiction over Internet counterfeiters in trademark infringement cases. See my earlier post about Chloé here. But how far did the court…Continue reading Chloé v. Queen Bee, How Far Has the Second Circuit Extended the Long-Arm Statute to Reach Internet Infringers in Counterfeit Cases?
Andrew will moderate a one-hour teleconference sponsored by Law Seminars International next Wednesday October 6 at 1 pm NY time discussing the recent 2d Circuit case of Chloé v. Queen…Continue reading Chloé v. Queen Bee: its Impact on Trademark Infringement Actions Against Internet Counterfeiters:Teleconference
Counterfeit infringement over the Internet continues to grow. With the web erasing marketing and distribution hurdles, it is easier than ever for Internet marketers in Bangladesh to sell counterfeit goods…Continue reading Chloé v. Queen Bee of Beverly Hills: The Second Circuit Stretches New York’s Long-Arm Statute in Response to Counterfeit Infringement Over the Internet
Plaintiffs have long chosen to litigate copyright and trademark cases in the federal courts in New York because that is where much of the content and distribution industries are based….Continue reading Penguin v. American Buddha: Will the Long-Arm Statute Adapt to the Digital World?