GOOGLE trademark has not become generic 16 Jun 17
In Elliott v Google, Inc, 15-15809, 2012 WL 2112311 (May 16 2017) the Ninth Circuit upheld a district court’s decision not to cancel the GOOGLE trademark, rejecting a claim that it had become generic. The plaintiffs were two businessmen who had purchased 763 domain names that included the term ‘google’ accompanied by a specific search term such as...
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