In our experience, it usually takes a really long time for plaintiffs to accept that a potentially rich vein of litigation has run dry, especially when courts have given them reason for hope. That's why we were surprised when eBay deputy GC Mary Huser told us Wednesday that litigation over the auction site's efforts to block the sale of luxury counterfeits is on a fast track to obsolescence.
With Win in France, eBay Closer to Ending Litigation Over Its Policing of Counterfeits
The American Lawyer
May 14, 2009