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Category Archives: infringement

Onyx Sues Volkswagen for Trademark Infringement Over “ID” Brand Lawsuit alleges Volkswagen’s new branded line infringes on Onyx’s online platform name

Attorneys in Denver have filed a complaint in New Jersey federal court against Volkswagen, on behalf of e-commerce company  Onyx Enterprises International alleging…
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Second Circuit Vacates Trademark Infringement Holding Against Costco For Use of the Term ‘Tiffany’

“The Circuit Court … concluded that Costco’s evidence presented a ‘genuine question as to the likelihood of customer confusion’ because Costco provided evidence…
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Microsoft Sued For Trademark Infringement Over DATAFLEX Mark

Data Access Corporation filed a complaint on Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida against defendant Microsoft Corporation for trademark infringement of the…
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EU Court Says Amazon Not Liable for Unwitting Third-Party Trademark Infringement

“Despite the CJEU’s affirmation of the ruling that Amazon wasn’t liable in the case brought by Coty, there have been calls from some…
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3M Sues Counterfeit N95 Mask Seller for  Trademark Infringement

Our current moment of crisis requires some combination of ingenuity and communal spirit and flexibility and, well, the results thus far are a…
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Toyota Australia stops parts supplier selling replica grilles

Toyota Australia has shut down the import and sale of fake Toyota-badged grilles, the company announced this week, as part of its long-running…
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Activision Wins Call Of Duty Lawsuit Related To Using Humvees In The Franchise

Gaming giant Activision has emerged victorious in a lawsuit brought against it by the makers of Humvee vehicles who claimed the publisher was…
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Under Armour sues Hotsuit for ‘copycat’ logo… but are they really that similar?

Under Armour has accused fellow sportswear company, Hotsuit, of trademark infringement. According to Under Armour, weight-loss and sauna suit brand Hotsuit is selling…
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Unhappy meal: McDonald’s serves Edmonton restaurant cease-and-desist order over cod burger

McDonald's Canada was not Lovin' It when they found out an Edmonton restaurant was serving up a cod burger called the Effing Filet…
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Dim Sum Wars – Trademarks at Loggerheads

It’s not uncommon for our office to receive calls from restaurant owners, complaining that another restaurant in town is infringing its trademark. Frankly,…
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