Infringement and Nintendo

Originally posted 2013-02-28 16:49:53. Tasha Schmidt, Staff Writer, AMD Law Photo courtesy of http://www.flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/7629235266/ I am sure many of you who play or have played video games do not think of all the work that goes into creating them. However, these inventors put a lot of work into their creations and it is understandable that […]

Michael Kors v. Costco: Bait-and-Switch Trademark Lawsuit

Michael Kors is reportedly seeking a court order to prevent further advertising of its items by Costco. Additionally, profits and punitive damages as a result of the contested ads are being sought. Costco does not sell Michael Kors bags either in retail stores or online, and the misleading pricing is a far cry from the high end prices seen on the Michael Kors website, ranging from $298 to $1195.

Nintendo Found Guilty of Patent Infringement

Originally posted 2013-03-14 18:32:46. By Tasha Schmidt | amdlawgroup.com In past blog entries, a case regarding glasses-free 3D technology was discussed on whether or not Nintendo was guilty of patent infringement against former Sony Employee, Seijiro Tomita. The jury ruled in the employee’s favor, and Nintendo is now ordered to pay $30.2 million in damages […]

Protecting Plants with Patents

When you come up with a new idea or method of doing something, amid all the excitement, you should think first about how to protect your new idea. That is what Dr. Nate Story did when he came up with his idea for the ZipGrow Tower. By protecting his invention, he was able to see his product come to fruition like never before.