Suits over the use of trademarks in Google ads appeared to have the glimmer of a new gold mine for plaintiffs lawyers, but the luster may be fading.
A favorable ruling for Rescuecom Corp. in April in a long-running case against Google Inc. has fueled more suits, including would-be class actions, against the search giant for selling trademarked keywords that trigger ads alongside its search results.
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