Selected Cases

Honeywell Int'l, Inc. v. Board of Trustees of the Univ. of Arkansas

3:04 cv 1844 (RNC) (D. Conn. 2005) (with M. Chiappetta)

Brought declaratory judgment action for Honeywell and defended against sovereign immunity claim by University of Arkansas, which objected to client's use of an AIRHOG air filter design mark alleged to infringe University's registered RAZORBACK mascot logos. Obtained favorable settlement.

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