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Likelihood of Confusion

Likelihood of confusion is a core concept in trademark law. This lesson is designed to teach the basics of confusion, as well as some more advanced aspects of the topic. It requires students to work through the multifactor analysis used by courts with specific problems. It also includes a discussion of the different forms of confusion.

Lesson Completion Time

45 minutes (not including 30 minute essay)
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Lesson ID

TM22