Trademark trouble : Has Google become a generic word?

Is “Google” a generic word, devoid of its trademark status? Two entrepreneurs are asking the Supreme Court to deliver a decision: Should Google lose its trademark due to the term being used as a verb? Lawyers for David Elliott and Chris Gillespie are urging the court to hear an appeal of a recent decision by […]

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Google complaint : UDRP removes ɢ domain from Russian registrant

Vitaly Popov isn’t happy; the Russian registrant of ɢ just lost his domain in a UDRP. Google Inc., the 800 pound search engine gorilla was the Complainant in this case, at the National Arbitration Forum. According to the UDRP, Google raised the following issue: Complainant offers a wide range of Internet-related products and services, including […]

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IP attorney Zak Muscovitch successfully defended the domain name against Google‘s ‘evil’ clutches. According to a tweet by Canadian domain investor, George Kirikos, the domain was spared in a UDRP at the National Arbitration Forum, that was decided for the Respondent. Says Muscovitch: “GOOGLE just lost a dispute over the domain name, […]

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