Trade Dress: Evolution, Strategy, and Practice

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Author Darius C. Gambino, William L. Bartow
Publisher Full Court Press

Starting with the origin of American trademark law and concluding with helpful insights about the future (plus a survey of international protection), Gambino and Bartow walk readers through each aspect of trade dress, including product configuration, packaging, and color, registering and enforcing trade dress, remedies, and defenses.


Darius Gambino has over 20 years of experience helping clients protect their intellectual property under the patent, trademark and copyright laws in the United States and abroad. He has worked in various fields including telecommunications, conditional access technologies, piezoelectric filters and sensors, semiconductor manufacturing, electrical circuits, computer memories, computer hardware and software, medical devices and consumer goods. Before earning his law degree, Darius was a patent examiner for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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