By  on July 1, 2019

When rival apparel companies spar intensely over trademark infringement, their dispute can play out in courts over years, and through multiple lawsuits. 

What happens when one side argues the infringement went on despite a previous dispute between them, or the other brings up a defense it could arguably have litigated in their earlier suit? As its term wound to a close, the Supreme Court agreed on Friday to consider those arguments in Lucky Brand Dungarees Inc. v. Marcel Fashion Group Inc., a case between two brands that have butted heads for nearly two decades over Marcel’s “Get Lucky” trademark and Lucky’s own trademarks.  

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