Tenant Trademark Infringement: Prevention & Response

If a retail tenant uses leased property to sell counterfeit goods, like knockoff Rolex watches, the brand owner can sue not only the tenant but also the landlord, which is often a preferable option considering that the landlord usually has deeper pockets. And landlords who know about but turn a blind eye to such illegal sales can be liable for millions of dollars in trademark infringement damages.

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