IP/Entertainment Law Weekly Case Update For Motion Picture Studios And Television Networks - November 16, 2011


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•Bouchat v. Baltimore Ravens L.P.

Excerpt from IP/Entertainment Law Weekly Case Update For Motion Picture Studios And Television Networks - November 16, 2011:

Bouchat v. Baltimore Ravens L.P., USDC Maryland, November 9, 2011

•District court denies plaintiff’s request for an injunction preventing defendants, including the Baltimore Raven football team, from using the team’s infringing “Flying B” logo – which has since been replaced – in highlight films and video clips, finding that plaintiff did not meet his burden of establishing the four factors supporting injunctive relief, and directing the parties to “make an effort to reach agreement” as to the reasonable compensation owing to plaintiff for the use of the infringing logo in the films at issue.

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