Game Co. Won’t Use ‘April Madness’ In 2017

Law360, New York (March 17, 2017, 2:07 PM EDT) -- A game developer accused of infringing the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s “March Madness” trademark agreed Thursday to not use a pair of similar marks for any of its basketball-themed games during 2017, as the infringement suit continues in Indiana federal court.

Chief Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson issued a stipulated order under which Kizzang LLC and its owner Robert Alexander agreed not to use “April Madness” or “Final 3” in connection with any contest, promotion or service this year. The NCAA also withdrew its pending motion for a preliminary injunction through the order. Kizzang will have to answer the complaint by June 15,...

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