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NAA v. Mancusi, Order (E. D. Va. 5/27/02)
posted by md on Wednesday June 19, @09:16PM
from the dept.
Civil Liberties D. Ct. refused to assert jurisdiction over defendant in trademark infringement suit between competing news sites. The defendant site was found to be a "passive." PDF Order.

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