In This Issue:

• Owner of “WOULD YOU RATHER...?” Wins $8.3 Million

• PC ON A STICK Is Not Merely Descriptive

• Sonoma Wine Producer Wins Geographically Limited Injunction

• Brand Owners Awarded Favorable Damages Awards in Counterfeiting Cases

- Excerpt from Owner of “WOULD YOU RATHER...?” Wins $8.3 Million:

In a case that started in 2006, a jury unanimously ruled that the phrase “Would You Rather...?” is protectable as a trademark for board games and books. The jury further found that Zobmondo infringed the owner’s rights by using the same phrase for the same types of goods and awarded the owner $5.1 million in damages and $3.5 million in punitive damages...

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Topics:  Appeals, Counterfeiting, Damages, Games, Geographically Limited Injunction, Infringement, Injunctions, Merely Descriptive, Patents, Preliminary Injunctions, Punitive Damages, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, Trademarks

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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