Plaintiff extracts spring water. One defendant allegedly extracts well water, which it misrepresents as spring water to other defendants, who are bottlers, and who also misrepresent the water as spring water.

Applying Lexmark, court holds that bottler defendants’ alleged false statements do not proximately injury plaintiff (as opposed to the false statements by extractor

Law firm LegalForce RAPC is the largest filer of trademarks in the U.S.. It has filed several lawsuits against document preparation services, generally premised on the allegation that these firms are engaged in the unlicensed practice of law.

In this action against document preparation service TM411, LegalForce’s false advertising claim was dismissed as it

Anthem Sports LLC v. Under the Weather, LLC, 17cv596 (D. Conn. March 6 2018)

Patent and trademark dispute relating to small tents for viewing outdoor sports. As 43(B)log points out, the judge used the term SPORTSPOD generically in the decision, which doesn’t bode well for the trademark claim.

Calling something a shoddy knockoff is

Defendant allegedly ran photos of plaintiff models, to promote defendant’s resorts. Discussion of what tort this might be (false advertisement, unjust enrichment), and what it might not be (negligence per se).

Also, complaint was a few hundred pages too long.

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This is a lawsuit my firm filed against a company that we allege is a ‘trademark scammer.’ Defendants moved to dismiss. The Court maintained our false advertising claim. 43(b)log comments here.

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As if I didn’t have enough on my mind, after reading this complaint about allegedly false statements about whether there is enough silver in defendant’s keyboards to make them ‘anti-microbial’, I am now worried about microbes in my keyboard. Quick, get the compressed air.

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Defendant supermarket’ ran two ads titled “Save More Every Time You Shop”, one with a subtitle “Eileen Saved 9% at Stop & Shop” and one with a subtitle “Diane Saved 19% at Stop & Shop.” The ad indicates that on two specifed days, the same items purchased at the A&P were correspondingly less at the