Back in May, Stan Lee filed a lawsuit against POW! Entertainment, claiming that the company fraudulently obtained exclusive rights to his likeness. This week, apparently, it’s back to business as usual.
The battle between Disney, Lucasfilm, Ren Ventures, and Sabacc Creative is still going strong, but the court’s recent decision on the issue of copyright infringement may change the course of this case.
DJ Khaled has made his name known as a record producer and media personality through his hit music remixes, his record production company, and his music videos. While fans may be anticipating the release of his eleventh album, it looks like Khaled is busy dropping something else: lawsuits.
The New York Jets’ fan club, the “Gotham City Crew” really need a do-over when choosing its logo as they are opposed again and this time by DC Comics.
Morrison / Lee has filed a new lawsuit on behalf of the cell phone case manufacturer, Otterbox, against a group of defendants distributing counterfeit merchandise.
Michael Lee, on behalf of Levi’s, has commenced a lawsuit against a New York-based counterfeiter.
The IP section of the American Bar Association has published Michael Lee’s article entitled “The Law of YouTubers: The Next Generation of Creators and the Legal Issues They Face.”
Michael Lee was interviewed by The World Trademark Review and chatted about why esports players need to register the trademark for their gamertags. You can read the article here.
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.
Did that last video on YouTube just seem like a commercial? It may have been but why wasn’t it disclosed? The how-to guide on paid endorsements on YouTube.