Perry Clegg on 7/31/2012
4.5This case really demonstrates the tensions between marks being used with different but potentially related goods or services. The question is always how related to they need to be. It would be great to have a Magic 8 Ball to give a definite answer every time. But the law doesn't work that way. Some insights on the subject can be found at http://www.trademarkaccess.com/under-armour-apparel-vs-body-armor-beverage-trademark-infringement-similarity-goods-analysis/. This is a case I see going the distance.