Bad Faith Not Necessary for Attorney’s Fees

Where a court finds that an instance of trademark infringement was willful or deliberate, an additional finding of bad faith is not necessary in order to justify an award of attorneys’ fees.  (Earthquake Sound Corp. v. Bumper Industries, 9th Cir., 12/16/03).

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