Scrabbled in India: Copyright no, trademark yes

Originally posted 2008-09-29 17:42:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

No time to blog on the eve of Rosh Hashana, but we had to pass this development in the Scrabulous story on before the sun begins its descent:

Mattel, which owns the international rights to Scrabble, said today it would appeal last week’s court ruling in India that the Scrabulous online word game did not violate Mattel’s copyrights.

The court did, however, say Scrabulous infringed on the El Segundo toy company’s Scrabble trademark, handing both parties a mixed victory.

That’s it for old business.  You’re on your own until Thursday!

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  1. InternetLaw - September 30, 2008

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  2. InternetLaw - September 30, 2008

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  3. Adam Yokell - February 14, 2012

    Scrabulous and Words with Friends – copyright and/or trademark infringement? http://t.co/Y3IEjcwO

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