Google and Trademark Infringment Issues Discussed on NPR

For those of you who track trademark infringement issues and search engines, National Public Radio aired a five minute story this morning discussing recent trademark infrigement lawsuits and court decisions in France and the U.S. The story is titled, “Corporations Sue Google over Results for Competitors” and can be listened to online (RealAudio). The report includes comments from the attorney representing American Blinds and Wallpaper in a case against Google.

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