NCAA Seeks Fees After Basketball Tourney TM Victory
Law360 (February 26, 2018, 1:31 PM EST) -- The National Collegiate Athletic Association on Friday asked an Indiana federal judge to award more than $240,000 in attorneys' fees following a default victory in a lawsuit alleging a game developer's online bracket prediction contests infringed the association's "March Madness" and "Final Four" trademarks.
The NCAA argued that Kizzang LLC and owner Robert Alexander should be responsible for the organization's attorneys' fees, saying even though the case ended in a default in favor of the NCAA, its attorneys had to expend significant time and money fighting ultimately unsuccessful motions that did nothing but delay the end result.
U.S. District Judge Jane...
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