• Posts Tagged ‘DeliverMed’

    Check All the Boxes

    by  • October 14, 2013 • copyright • 0 Comments

    When we last visited DeliverMed Holdings, LLC v. Schaltenbrand, plaintiff DeliverMed had lost on all claims, including on some copyright and trademark theories. DeliverMed appealed the holdings that it was not the owner of the copyright in this logo and that the copyright registration was invalid. The district court was colorful in its description...

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    The Tale, Part II

    by  • March 18, 2013 • trademark • 0 Comments

    DeliverMed Holdings LLC v. Schaltenbrand is a dispute about a failed business involving the tagline “Right at Home, the trademark “DeliverMed,” and a “mortar and pestle” logo: In the last post we covered the court’s opinion, after a bench trial, on the ownership and infringement of the copyright in the logo. Score one for...

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    There Has to Be Confusion

    by  • June 7, 2011 • copyright, trademark

    Plaintiff DeliverMed transferred its marks for pharmaceutical delivery – “DeliverMed,” “Right at Home” and this logo to defendant Medicate Pharmacy as part of a joint business venture.  The venture failed, but Medicate Pharmacy continued to use the marks to promote its own business, enclosing a card bearing the marks with every prescription and using...

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