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1. Please vote below by indicating your level of approval, disapproval or abstention with the resolution.  If you agree in part, then you will be given the opportunity to vote on the individual proposals of the resolution.

 I vote in favor of this proposal in its entirety.
 (100%)  
 I agree in principal that changes are needed but disagree with this specific proposal
 (0%)  
 I vote against legislative change to the Lanham Act on this subject.
 (0%)  
 I abstain
 (0%)  

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2. Please provide your vote and/or comments to the individual proposals of the resolution.

1. To provide that, upon a finding of likelihood of confusion and without requiring proof of actual confusion and/or willful or intentional infringement, a mark owner shall be entitled to an award of damages from the infringer in the amount of the infringer’s profits attributable to the infringement;


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3. Comments (1):


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4. 2. To provide that, upon a finding of actual confusion and without requiring proof of willful or intentional infringement, a mark owner shall be entitled to an award of its lost profits on sales it would have made but for the infringement


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5. Comments (2):


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6. 3. To provide that, upon a finding of willful or intentional infringement and subject to the principles of equity, a court may enhance the amount of damages based on an infringer’s profits and/or the mark owner’s lost profits, up to three times the greater of those amounts;


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7. Comments (3):


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8. 4. To provide that, upon a finding of infringement in cases where monetary relief measured by the infringer’s profits and/or the mark owner’s lost profits is not awarded, the mark owner shall be entitled to not less than a reasonable royalty for the infringement and/or statutory damages in an amount sufficient to put it in the position it would have been in but for the infringement;


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9. Comments (4):


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10. 5. To provide that, upon a finding of an infringer’s reckless disregard of the mark owner’s rights, the fact finder (court or jury) may award punitive damages;


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11. Comments (5):


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12. 6. To provide that, upon a finding of infringement in cases where appropriate in order to make the mark owner whole and without requiring proof of actual confusion and/or willful or intentional infringement, the court in its discretion may award attorney’s fees;


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13. Comments (6):


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14. 7. To provide that, in cases where all other prerequisites for the entry of preliminary and/or permanent injunctive relief are met, a showing of likelihood of confusion shall give rise to a rebuttable presumption of irreparable injury sufficient to support entry of an injunction.


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15. Comment (7):


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16. You can provide any additional comments if you like; otherwise, you are done. Please click "Finish". Thanks for voting!


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