Judge Mazzant granted this motion to transfer in a trademark / trade dress case.
This case arises out of a bouncy-house franchise. In my experience, kids liked the Star Trek theme for the party more than they did the bouncy house.
Calm down, it’s a trademark case in Austin. But I’m serious about the 50(a) part.
This order gets into the weeds on copyright in this case involving a comic book storyline alleged to be copied by “The Umbrella Academy”.
A Sherman jury in Judge Mazzant’s counter answered a 22 question verdict form Friday in this trademark-plus case before leaving for the holiday weekend.
First the ruling. Judge Mazzant precluded certain evidence and arguments related to certain third-party advertisements and sales.
When the court notes that the parties were on their third round of summary judgment motions, you know someone’s really not happy.
The court awarded fees to the defendant in this copyright case, then had to determine how to apportion them.
First day back in the office after seeing sights like this for a couple of weeks. Somewhat less interesting, although possibly as rare is this order granting the request in this case involving counterfeit goods in a trademark and copyright infringement case.
Everything was denied, that doesn’t mean it isn’t interesting.