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Lewis v. Diethorn

U.S.
Oct 29, 1990
498 U.S. 950 (1990)

Summary

holding that a trademark infringement case is "exceptional" and justifies the award of reasonable a attorney's fee if defendants infringement was malicious, fraudulent, deliberate, and wilful

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Opinion

No. 89-1738.

October 29, 1990.

C.A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied.


JUSTICE WHITE would grant certiorari. Reported below: 893 F. 2d 648.


Summaries of

Lewis v. Diethorn

U.S.
Oct 29, 1990
498 U.S. 950 (1990)

holding that a trademark infringement case is "exceptional" and justifies the award of reasonable a attorney's fee if defendants infringement was malicious, fraudulent, deliberate, and wilful

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In Berry, the State alleged that the defendant violated probation by failing to pay support and maintenance for his wife and children.

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ordering new parole hearing

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reviewing authorized grounds for habeas corpus relief

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Case details for

Lewis v. Diethorn

Case Details

Full title:LEWIS, TRUSTEE FOR JOSEPH M. EATON BUILDERS, INC. v. DIETHORN ET UX

Court:U.S.

Date published: Oct 29, 1990

Citations

498 U.S. 950 (1990)
111 S. Ct. 369

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