Ahh, trademark battle ensues.
« on: Dec 21st, 2007, 11:11pm »
Ahh, the art of war. I love it.
I think I've posted about this before. I created a custom item for someone, it became popular, it was given a name, and customer applied for a trademark regarding the name during the peak of it's popularity.
Customer then demanded specs and all right to the name, and suggested he be involved in other parts of my business.
We've filed our opposal.
We've gotten our reply.
Customer/Applicant denies that I was making product under the name. - in fact, he purchased several of them
Customer denies that there are several websites discussing the product as being my product. In fact, he was involved in many of those discussion, noting how good they were - and in fact, on his own website which has since been taken down
Customer denies that I built the customer base for the product.
He denies that the product name is known in the comminuty as beingmy product. when he himself continually refered to them as my product
In one section, he denies that I make similar products. In another section, he admits it.
Isn't this perjury?