Comic Con.jpgIPNews® – The San Diego Comic-Con trademark infringement case will move toward a trial after a recent Motion for Summary Judgment was denied.

Salt Lake Comic Con had filed the motion claiming that “Comic-Con” was a generic term and thus incapable of trademark protection.  In response, San Diego Comic-Con cited a survey in which 80% of consumers thought that Comic-Con was a brand and not a generic term.  To continue reading, click: Federal Judge Refuses to Dismiss San Diego Comic-Con Trademark Case