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Prof. Irina Manta Quoted in Newsday Story on Infosys Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

Irina D. Manta, Professor of Law

Giant Indian Company Sues Long Island Firm Infosys Over Its Name
By Ken Schachter
Newsday
April 25, 2017

Excerpt:

Irina D. Manta, professor of law and founding director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law at Hofstra University, said that many elements factor into trademark cases.

The court would have to judge the “likelihood of confusion” by potential clients and whether “there has been an unreasonable delay in bringing the suit,” Manta said in an email.


A version of this article appears in print on April 26, 2017, on Page A27 with the headline: Firms Spar Over Name.

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