Partner Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme spoke with Rory O'Neill from the World Intellectual Property Review in connection with upcoming United States Supreme Court arguments that could impact future trademark battles.

One key trial set to begin is Romag Fasteners v Fossil, which could have key implications in determining the types of remedies that courts can apply for trademark infringement cases. 

As she noted, "a judgment in favour of Romag may be a 'welcome change' for those practicing in the Second Circuit, who are 'accustomed to having to show willfulness.'''

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