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  1. That’s true, but then the court follows up by concluding: “Taken as a whole, KIND’s evidence of actual confusion is weak; this factor weighs slightly in favor of Plaintiff.” Further, the court denies the plaintiff’s motion. Initial interest confusion is dead as a legal doctrine, and this case doesn’t change that assessment. Eric.

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