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Springboards to Education, Inc. v. Houston Independent School District, 18-20119

Held that an education services company could not proceed with its Lanham Act lawsuit against a school district for using its marks in the course of operating a summer reading program. Affirmed summary judgment for the school district, finding that the allegedly infringing marks created no likelihood of confusion as a matter of law.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2019/01/08



  • United States Fifth Circuit


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