Category: Trademarks

Ruling in Romag v. Fossil: Willfulness is Neither the “Principle of Equity” nor the “Big Kahuna,” and Infringer’s Profits Can be Awarded Even for Innocent Infringement

Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Second Circuit, and ruled that infringer’s profits can be awarded even without a showing of willful infringement. A jury had ruled that Fossil acted in “callous disregard” of Romag’s trademark rights when Fossil’s Chinese manufacturers used counterfeit Romag continue reading...