Did Netflix settle on an inappropriate decisions with Bandersnatch?

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Streaming goliath Netflix has bombed in its offered to reject a $25 million encroachment activity brought against it by Chooseco LLC, current distributer of the perpetually well known Choose Your Own Adventure books. Chooseco asserts that its trademarks were encroached by the “Bandersnatch” scene of Netflix show “Dark Mirror”, made by Charlie Brooker. The scene […]

Booking.com Case Heats Up at Supreme Court

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“The brief clarifies that a finding for the USPTO could bring about ‘a mass termination occasion for enrolled trademarks,’ since the Office has “went through decades enlisting marks that abuse the administration’s standard that a conventional root term, combined with ‘Organization’ or ‘.com,’ can never be a trademark.” ln November, the U.S. Incomparable Court conceded […]

Space Force, Star Trek, and Strange New Worlds of Trademark Infringement

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“Given the general utilization of the two denotes, the anecdotal idea of the Starfleet logo, and the absence of purpose, one makes some hard memories accepting any court would discover encroachment.” On January 24, 2020, the United States Space Force logo hit the news — and the photon torpedoes started to fly. Instantly, those acquainted […]