Does the President have the power to ban immigration of people from certain countries? We take a look at the history and the legality of this issue.
Ready Lawsuit One. Riot filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against a Chinese video game developer for their “Arena of Battle” video game accusing it off being a rip-off of “League of Legends”.
DC Comics is taking on a glasses manufacturer selling products under the name KRYPTON VISION.
The developers of Prison Architect, Introversion Software, recently received a letter from the British Red Cross notifying them of their game’s unauthorized use of an internationally restricted emblem, the Red Cross.
A woman, who among other things, conducts funerals as the “Barefoot Jedi” is running into trademark problems because her moniker was stolen from “Star Wars”.
Viacom was victorious in its lawsuit against a Texas company for using the name of the fictional fast food restaurant from SpongeBob SquarePants, “Krusty Krab,” in a real-life restaurant without permission.
Time to do a little raining on the parade of Star Wars and monkey fans. And yes I know a gibbon isn’t a monkey but it makes for a much better headline. A scientist hope of naming a newly discovered species of gibbon as “Skywalker” may very well be thwarted by trademark issues. Recently, a
A copyright infringement case filed by Paramount over a Star Trek fan film has turned into a battle of the copyrightability of the Klingon language.