List of International Trademark Dilution Legislation

List of International Trademark Dilution Legislation in the United States

CLAYTON ACT

  • Section 4
  • Section 12
  • Section 16

FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT

  • Section 10(a)(4)
  • Section 10(b)

SHERMAN ACT

  • Section 1
  • Section 2

TRADE ACT OF 1974

Section 421

9 United Statates Code Sections:

  • 1677a(b)
  • 2252(c)(1)

18 United Statates Code Sections:

3571(d)

19 United Statates Code Sections:

  • 1516a
  • 1673b(d)(1)(B)
  • 1673d(c)(1)(B)(ii)
  • 1675(a)
  • 1675(b)(1)
  • 1675(c)
  • 1675(d)(2)
  • 1677(5)(B)
  • 1677(5)(E)
  • 1677(5)(E)(iv)
  • 1677(5A)
  • 1677(5A)(D)
  • 1677(5A)(D)(iii)
  • 1677(6)
  • 1677(7)(C)(iii)
  • 1677(7)(F)(iii)
  • 1677a(a)
  • 1677a(c)(2)(B)
  • 1677b(6)(B)(ii)
  • 1677b(a)(1)(B)
  • 1677b(a)(6)(B)(iii)
  • 1677b(a)(6)(C)(ii)
  • 1677b(a)(6)(C)(iii)
  • 1677b(a)(7)(A)(ii)
  • 1677b(b)
  • 1677b(c)
  • 1677b(e)
  • 1677b(f)
  • 1677b(f)(2)
  • 1677k
  • 1862
  • 2251(a)
  • 2252(b)(1)(A)
  • 2252(b)(1)(B)
  • 2252(c)(1)(A)
  • 2252(c)(1)(B)
  • 2253(a)(1)(C)
  • 2254(a)(2)
  • 2254(b)(1)
  • 2411(c)(3)
  • 2451
  • 2451(a)
  • 2451(c)(1)
  • 2451(d)
  • 2451(g)(2)(D)
  • 2451(h)
  • 2451(k)
  • 2451(n)(1)
  • 2451(n)(2)
  • 2451b
  • 2465
  • 2703(b)
  • 3206(a)
  • 3721(g)
  • 3805

26 United Statates Code Sections

  • 908(a)
  • 952(a)(3)
  • 999(b)
  • 999(c)

28 United Statates Code Sections:

1447(d)

50 United Statates Code Sections:

  • 1701 to 1706
  • 2170(d)(2)
  • 2170(d), (e)

50 App. United Statates Code Sections:

  • § 2170(b)(2)(C)
  • § 2170(d)
  • § 2170(e)

United States Public Laws Nos.

  • 109-283
  • 110-138
  • 110-174
  • 110-286, § 6
  • 111-190
  • 111-195
  • 112-40
  • 112-41
  • 112-42
  • 112-43
  • 112-99

9 Code of Federal Regulations Sections:

    • 351.203

15 Code of Federal Regulations Sections:

  • 760.2(a)(2) to (7)
  • 2007
  • 2007.2

19 Code of Federal Regulations Sections:

  • 0.1
  • 0.2
  • 10.173 to 10.178a
  • 206.14
  • 351.205(d)
  • 351.212(c)
  • 351.213
  • 351.216
  • 351.218
  • 351.403
  • 351.404(a)
  • 351.404(b)(2)
  • 351.406
  • 351.407
  • 351.408
  • 351.410
  • 351.411
  • 351.412
  • 351.414

31 Code of Federal Regulations Sections:

  • 800.224
  • 800.502
  • 800.503
  • 800.504
  • 800.505
  • 800.506
  • 800.507

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Rules:

  • 4(f)(3)
  • 8(a)
  • 12(b)(6)
  • 28(b)
  • 30(b)(6)

Executive Order Nos:

  • 12,170
  • 12,211
  • 12,513
  • 12,532
  • 12,543
  • 12,544
  • 12,613
  • 12,635
  • 12,722
  • 12,810
  • 13,047
  • 13,059
  • 13,067
  • 13,088
  • 13222
  • 13,304
  • 13,338
  • 13,412
  • 13,438
  • 13,464
  • 13,466
  • 13,553
  • 13,566
  • 13,570
  • 13,572
  • 13,573
  • 13,574
  • 13,582
  • 13,590
  • 13,599

Merger Guidelines Sections:

  • 1
  • 2
  • 2.1
  • 4
  • 5.3
  • 6

Federal Register: 44

65,729

Federal Register: 45

26,685

Federal Register: 50

18,629
36,861

Federal Register: 51

875
1,235

Federal Register: 52

41,940

Federal Register: 53

12,134

Federal Register: 55

3,183

Federal Register: 57

24,347

Federal Register: 58

26,958

Federal Register: 62

  • 28,301
  • 44,531
  • 59,987

Federal Register: 63

32,109

Federal Register: 68

  • 68
  • 3157
  • 23,019
  • 32,315
  • 37,125

Federal Register: 69

  • 69
  • 10,597
  • 26,751

Federal Register: 71

  • 71
  • 871
  • 61,369

Federal Register: 72

  • 72
  • 39,719
  • 60,645

Federal Register: 73

  • 73
  • 24,491
  • 36,787

Federal Register: 74

  • 74
  • 7395
  • 16,836
  • 20205
  • 47,861 to 47,862
  • 47861
  • 64,045

Federal Register: 75

  • 16,428
  • 18,788
  • 18,791
  • 57110
  • 59,212
  • 60,567

Federal Register: 76

  • 1971
  • 11,315
  • 18,521
  • 22,291
  • 24,787
  • 29143
  • 30,505
  • 41,958
  • 52,209
  • 64,313
  • 68,675
  • 72,609
  • 76,072
  • 76,085
  • 80,282
  • 80,291

Federal Register: 77

  • 48
  • 4323
  • 4324
  • 6659
  • 14,523
  • 14524
  • 14525
  • 17,017
  • 17,418

House of Representatives Bills No.:

3190

House of Representatives Reports Nos.:

  • 112-3995
  • 2832
  • 4105

Senate Bill No.:

148

Senate Reports Nos.:

  • 112-27
  • 112-394
  • 112-1882

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