New York, NY, July 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, announced today that it has scheduled a live webcast entitled: How to Design Effective Consumer Surveys for Trademark and False Advertising Cases: Practical Guide. This two-hour event is scheduled on July 19, 2016 at 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET.
Consumer surveys play an important evidentiary role in various aspects of trademark and false advertising litigation, as well as other types of cases. In trademark cases, surveys commonly are used to establish secondary meaning and likelihood of confusion. In Lanham Act advertising litigation, surveys most typically are used to prove implied falsity. And in consumer class action litigations, surveys more and more are used in opposition to motions for class certification. Finally, in various areas of the law, surveys are growing in use in the context of assessing damages or their absence.
In this two-hour live webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group will help the audience understand the important aspects of Consumer Surveys for Trademark and False Advertising Cases. Speakers will offer best practices and latest insights for this significant topic.
Key issues that will be covered in this course are:
- The Role of Consumer Surveys In Trademark and False Advertising Disputes
- Do’s and Don’ts in the Design and Use of Consumer Surveys
- Key Issues and Common Pitfalls
- Important recent survey decisions
Lawrence I Weinstein
Proskauer Rose LLP
Dr. Kent Van Liere
Senior Vice President
NERA Economic Consulting
Jeffery A. Stec
Charles River Associates
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