Morrison / Lee has filed a new lawsuit on behalf of the cell phone case manufacturer, Otterbox, against a group of defendants distributing counterfeit merchandise.
Disneyland Paris came up with a very original idea of selling customizable wands from a shop in its amusement park but is there anything that Universal can do about it?
Marvel Comics opposed the trademark registration for a movie company called Call Hulk claiming that it is too confusing with Marvel’s big green guy.
In 2016, artist Kerne Erickson’s publisher, Grey Young Publishing (“GYP”) sued online retailer, Zazzle, for copyright infringement. GYP presented evidence that Zazzle users had designed and sometimes sold products such as t-shirts, posters, and postcards, featuring nearly 40 of Erickson’s paintings. Last week, the jury agreed and hit Zazzle with a $460,000 verdict. Zazzle is
Holy trademark infringement, Batman. DC Comics has opposed the trademark registration application for an online seller of clothing called “Bruce Waynes”.
A game has been hit with a class action suit for allegedly mining children’s private information.
A brewery and restaurant cooked up a fight at the Trademark Office over the term “Cannibal” but only once came out unbitten.
Disney is in another battle with a company that keeps on registering trademarks that are very similar to their characters and movies.
Blizzard is feeling a bit chilly towards a local gym using the Blizzard name, chilly enough to file a lawsuit over it.
DC Comics has opposed an Italian winery’s attempt to register the THE DARK KNIGHT trademark for wine claiming that it would be confused with DC’s Dark Knight.