On August 9, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a ruling in Dewberry Engineers Inc. v. Dewberry Group, Inc. in which the appellate court affirmed a series of district court orders, including a $43 million profit disgorgement award for trademark infringement. The Fourth Circuit also affirmed an attorneys’ fees award for pervasive breaches of a previous agreement settling trademark claims between the commercial real estate firms in the case.
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