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  • By: Robert Klein

The first four episodes of the new season of Game of Thrones leaked online last weekend. In the first 18 hours, over 1 million people had downloaded the leaked episodes. Game of Thrones isRead More

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The clothing designers Spirit Clothing Company filed a lawsuit against West Trend for allegedly marketing and selling clothing that contained stitching that was similar to Spirit’s clothing designs. The CaliforniaRead More

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A proposed class action lawsuit could affect about 30 California winemakers known for selling bottles of wine for less than $10. The lawsuit was filed for wine consumers in CaliforniaRead More

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Former National Football League (NFL) players are taking on the video game company Electronic Arts (EA) for using their likenesses in its Madden NFL football video game series. Former NFLRead More

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In what is a rather hilarious legal dispute, Walmart has issued a cease-and-desist notice over a horse. Walmart believes that the website walmart horse, which contains an image of aRead More

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Viacom has filed a lawsuit in California against the website Nick-Reboot.com for trademark infringement, copyright infringement, unfair competition and cybersquatting. The website is claiming fair use as a defense. The website Nick-Reboot.com streams NickelodeonRead More

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Did you ever think posting fake reviews could get you in trouble? Yelp may be able to answer that question for you. Yelp has launched a lawsuit against Julian McMillanRead More

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Robert G. Klein’s firm, Klein Trial Lawyers, has been helping Los Angeles and California clients with their intricate business litigation cases since 1994. He has handled numerous complex cases involving trademarkRead More

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Old Ox Brewery is already caught up in a trademark infringement dispute almost a year before a single customer has been able to taste its beer. Red Bull, the well-known energy drinkRead More

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Twenty-two-year-old English musician Sam Smith accidentally infringed on the intellectual property (IP­) of the legendary American musician Tom Petty. Smith alleged that he had never heard of Petty’s 1989 song I Won’t BackRead More

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