College review website: Not hardly infringing anything, says SDNY

Out of respect for the Passover holiday, which ends next Tuesday night, I am not blogging as such.

But to keep the pot boiling, I will share a topical decision issued today by the Southern District of New York in a case in which I represented the plaintiff, captioned Boarding School Review, LLC v. Delta Career Education Corp.

Order on Motion – Boarding School Review v. Delta

Actually, also kind of a “let my people go” thing, no?

UPDATE:  One point I will make, per another, earlier decision reported on by Eric Goldman:  “Here’s something you don’t see every day: a trademark infringement lawsuit defeated for lack of consumer confusion–on a 12b6 motion to dismiss.”  Well, we saw it again — in this decision — today!

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