Intellectual Property Plaintiff Admits to Being Ignorant?


About a week ago another interesting federal intellectual property case was filed in the District of Minnesota: Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. v. Puffin Software et al.

Although the four count complaint includes a federal unfair competition claim, a Minnesota deceptive trade practices claim, and a common law unjust enrichment claim, the case really appears to be centered around the copyright infringement claim.

Plaintiff Fantasy Flight asserts that its copyright in the Battlelore® board game has been infringed by the "substantially similar" iPad game called Viking Lords...

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