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When Landlords Are Liable For TM Infringement By Tenants

Law360 (April 10, 2019, 12:56 PM EDT) -- The mutually beneficial relationship between a commercial property owner/landlord and tenant is typically memorialized by a detailed and carefully considered contractual relationship between the parties. Significant care is taken in drafting relevant lease provisions to anticipate problems which may arise during the tenure of the relationship/tenancy including allocating responsibility for potential claims.

While carefully crafted lease provision can serve to protect a property owner/landlord in many ways, new areas of potential exposure exist which owners/landlords should consider carefully. Proactive evaluation, planning and action can make the difference in whether the owner/landlord is left facing serious claims for damages arising out of...

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