Game Developer Steps Up To Plate In NCAA Trademark Suit

Law360, New York (August 11, 2017, 4:40 PM EDT) -- A game developer accused of infringing the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s “March Madness” trademark said he should not be found in default for failing to answer the NCAA’s complaint, telling an Indiana federal court Thursday that there is good reason for the delay.

Robert Alexander and his company Kizzang Inc. said the NCAA’s motion for the clerk’s entry of default should be denied, noting that he has been defending the case pro se and only retained counsel in the past 48 hours, making him unable to...
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