Following our prior remand, B&B Hardware, Inc. v. Hargis Industries, Inc., 569 F.3d 383 (8th Cir. 2009), the district court conducted a seven-day jury trial on B&B Hardware’s (“B&B”) claim of trademark infringement and unfair competition and on Hargis Industries’ (“Hargis”) counterclaims of false advertising and false designation of origin. The jury returned a verdict which rejected B&B’s claims but found in favor of Hargis on its counterclaims. After the district court entered judgment on the jury’s verdict, it awarded attorney fees and costs to Hargis. B&B now appeals, arguing that the district court should have given preclusive effect to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s (“TTAB”) findings concerning the likelihood of confusion of the two companies’ tradmarks. B&B also appeals the award of attorney fees and costs. We affirm the decision of the district court except as to attorney fees. On the matter of attorney fees, we remand for recalculation of those fees.