Blizzard Entertainment’s newest video game, is creating some interesting headlines in the media and not just for its sales but for the X-Rated exploits of its characters but Blizzard is laying down the law and using the DMCA to do so.
A group has filed for a trademark registration for the BROOKLYN ISLANDERS but are not related to the team and have a history of questionable trademark filings.
(P)lay ball! Three Major League Baseball teams have stepped up to the plate to oppose a trademark application for the plain letter text of “P.” Yes, you read that correctly. The company seeking to trademark “P” is PushPay, a New Zealand mobile application developer. Founded in 2011, the PushPay app works the same way
Remember the old saying, “if a deal is too good to be true, it is?” Well, these deals don’t even sound good, yet so many developers fall for them daily. I’m speaking, of course, about the “publishers” who prey on the weak and enthusiastic developers in Steam’s Greenlight program. They come with big promises of
In a surprise move while Universal is prepping a relaunch of its famous monster movie shared universe, another studio has moved to cancel the INVISIBLE MAN trademark claiming Universal is committing fraud on the Trademark Office. For starters, The Invisible Man was a story written by H.G. Wells in 1897 and is therefore in the public domain and anyone
Is DC Comics taking a big legal risk with its new logo?
One person not so happy about the release of the new The Killing Joke movie is the creator of the comic book but why is the creator of the story unable to exert creative control of his copyrighted work?
Feel the pizza burn. DC Comics has opposed an attempt to register the GREEN LANTERN trademark for a Michigan pizzeria that has been using the name for over 60 years.
The makers of an unauthorized “Star Trek” fan film where hit with a phaser shot when their attempt to have CBS’ copyright infringement lawsuit was denied.
CBS has settled a copyright infringement lawsuit claiming it stole the look of a puppet hippo for NCIS and using it to make merchandise branded as “Bert the Farting Hippo”.