A father and son duo have decided to 3D print their very own Lamborghini Aventador but could doing this get them sued for intellectual property infringement.
Lee Law, on behalf of Levi Strauss & Co., have obtained a $1 million judgment against New York-based counterfeiters and a permanent injunction enjoining them from further infringing the Levi’s trademarks.
Olaplex, the distributor of high end hair products, has sued Walmart over the sale of counterfeit products on Walmart.com.
Dave Johnson, a horse racing and Kentucky Derby announcer, is suing Amazon claiming it is selling merchandise with his AND DOWN THE STRETCH THEY COME trademark without permission.
It looks like the National Hockey League is looking to score once and for all. Earlier this week, the NHL launched a lawsuit against four small-time hockey merchandise businesses to protect its coveted Stanley Cup.
Marvel has opposed a trademark for REAL LIFE PRINCIPLES which, let’s be honest, is an absolute knock-off of the Punisher skull and guns logo.
Funko has been sued by Gibson for the unauthorized use of its guitars on toys attached to some legendary musicians.
Morrison / Lee has filed a new lawsuit on behalf of the cell phone case manufacturer, Otterbox, against a group of defendants distributing counterfeit merchandise.
If a lawsuit wasn’t enough, Disney has now moved to cancel the trademark of the NEW YORK JEDI in a battle being fought on many fronts.
So much for handling this dispute with a lighsaber duel. Disney has filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement against an individual using the “New York Jedi” trademark.