In the wake of a new lawsuit filed by Nintendo against two big ROM websites, hopefully you will believe your friendly neighborhood video game attorneys when they tell you that ROMs and using someone else’s IP without permission is infringement.
In the last two week, Epic has been hit with two lawsuits claiming famous dances by 2 Milly and Alfonso “Cartlon” Riberio were stolen and used in Fornite without permission. Are these lawsuit doomed to flop?
Neil deGrasse Tyson has been talking about his Space Odyssey video game since 2016, but Warner Brothers is fighting back against his attempt to register the SPACE ODYSSEY mark in the video game marketplace.
Riot and a hair company are having a blow out (hair reference) over the ANNIE trademark.
Don’t copy that tat, bro! 2K Games sued by WWE’s Randy Orton’s tattoo artist for reproducing copyrighted tattoos without permission.
PUBG dropped a 155 page complaint for copyright infringement against NetEase over its “Rules of Survival” and “Knives Out” games.
An online casino using fake currency was found to be gambling. Why? You are going to have to read and find out.
A China-based manufacturer of cell phone cases, may be fighting Nintendo for its right to use the WIIKOO mark on its accessories cause Nintendo doesn’t like that “Wii” being in there.
Blizzard and Valve (mostly) succeeded in court last week against a motion to dismiss filed by Heroes Charge and Dota Legends developers in an ongoing lawsuit for copyright infringement.
Donald Trump held a meeting with video game executives, industry specialists, and state representatives to learn more about the violent effect of video games on today’s young adults.