Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Andrew V. Galway (argued), Liddy, Sullivan, Galway & Vaccaro, New York City, for appellant; Susan L. Cohen, Liddy, Sullivan, Galway & Vaccaro, New York City, Muriel Kaplan, Bloomfield, N.J., for appellant.
Daniel H. Bobis (argued), David A. Jackson, Popper, Bobis & Jackson, Newark, N.J., for appellee.
Before GIBBONS and HUNTER, Circuit Judges, and MANSMANN, District Judge.
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.
OPINION OF THE COURT
JAMES HUNTER, III, Circuit Judge:
This case presents the difficult issue of trademark protection where two parties are using the same trademark on non-competing products. The Lapp Division of plaintiff Interpace Corporation ("Lapp-Interpace") manufactures and sells ceramic insulators under the "Lapp" trademark. The Lapp name was first applied to insulators in 1916, when John S. Lapp formed the Lapp
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