Polaroid Can't Claim TM On Photo Borders, Fujifilm Says

Law360, Chicago (November 13, 2017, 7:11 PM EST) -- Fujifilm's North American unit on Monday slapped Polaroid's parent company with a lawsuit in New York federal court, saying the company is lobbing insincere trademark and trade dress infringement claims over its white film border as a last-ditch effort to profit from its intellectual property portfolio.

Fujifilm North America Corp. is asking a judge to find that its newest instant photographs — which emerge from its Instax Square cameras with a square photo surrounded by a square white border — do not infringe any of PLR IP...
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Fujifilm North America Corporation v. PLR IP Holdings, LLC et al


Case Number

1:17-cv-08796

Court

New York Southern

Nature of Suit

Trademark

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Naomi Reice Buchwald

Date Filed

November 13, 2017

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