The Ninth Circuit Applies Octane Fitness Fees Standard to Trademark Cases
Rather than analyzing whether a defendants infringement of a trademark has been malicious or willful, or whether a plaintiffs claim has been pursued in bad faith, district courts in the Ninth Circuit are required to consider the totality of the circumstances in determining whether a case is exceptional.
By Cathy Tran Moses|December 06, 2016
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