An article co-authored by Associate Kevin Miller appears in the latest issue of the Seton Hall Circuit Review. In “Collecting Attorneys’ Fees Under the Lanham Act: The Shifting Definition of an ‘Exceptional Case,’” Mr. Miller and co-author Brian Block address trends in the Lanham Act’s fee-shifting provision that have been brought to life in the Third and Fourth Circuits following the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Patent Act’s identical provision in Octane Fitness, LLC v. ICON Health & Fitness, Inc. The authors also provide insight into prosecuting successful fee applications, and recommend courses of action for practitioners. The full article may be viewed on the Seton Hall Circuit Review’s website here.Mr. Miller is a member of the Firm's Complex Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Law Practice Groups.
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