CafePressLogo.jpgIPNews® – Ohio State University has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit in federal court in Columbus, Ohio against CafePress.

The Lawsuit claims that CafePress is using the university’s trademarks without permission.  Ohio State’s claims continue a recent trend of universities cracking down on infringing uses of trademarks.  To continue reading, click:  Ohio State Accuses

vote.jpgIPNews® – Donald Trump is threatening lawsuits against websites selling products which use his “Make America Great Again” trademark.

The trademark is registered by Trump for political action committee services, but it was only recently filed for items such as apparel.  Proceeds from the sale of authentic Trump products go to the benefit of his

CafePressLogo.jpgIPNews® – The online print-on-demand marketplace CafePress Inc. failed to win summary judgment earlier this month in a trademark infringement suit alleging the company wrongly allows users to upload designs and sell merchandise bearing the trademarked phrase “Born To Rock.”

Reasonable jurors could disagree on CafePress’s fair use affirmative defense to the infringement claims, a