NCAA Asks Default, Injunction In Basketball Tourney TM Suit
Law360, New York (November 13, 2017, 8:03 PM EST) -- The National Collegiate Athletic Association on Friday asked an Indiana federal judge to bar a game developer and his company from infringing trademarks including "March Madness" and ultimately wrap up the case in the organization's favor, saying it must be protected from damage to its brand.
The NCAA urged U.S. District Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson to hand down the permanent injunction against Robert Alexander and his company, Kizzang Inc., as well as a default judgment against the pair for failing to respond to the NCAA’s lawsuit in a timely manner. The NCAA alleged Alexander and his company deliberately infringed its "March Madness"...
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