April 22, 2015
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Appellate - 9th Circuit
Reflects complaints, answers, motions, orders and trial notes entered from Jan. 1, 2011.Additional or older documents may be available in Pacer.
The Ninth Circuit ruled Tuesday that “Google” has not become a generic trademark like "aspirin" or "thermos," rejecting a case claiming the tech giant had lost control of the name because of widespread use of “google” as a verb.
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