Looking at Microsoft's agreement to pay $20 million to
settle trademark litigation, Shearman & Sterling's David M.
Klein and Daniel C. Glazer say the settlement allows the company to
avoid a trial that could have invalidated its federal registration
for "Windows," but leaves unresolved the question of whether
Microsoft has protectable rights in one of the world's most
October 22, 2004 at 12:00 AM
1 minute read
By David M. Klein
and Daniel C. Glazer |
Updated on October 22, 2004
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