WHIPgroup filed a Motion for Default Judgment against Humboldt Marijuana Exchange in its case for trademark infringement, cyber-squatting, and commercial disparagement on behalf of its client, New Leaf Data Services. The Motion was reported by Law360 in a November 20 article titled “Pot Data Co. Seeks $4M For Rival’s TM Infringement.” WHIPgroup is seeking $4 million in monetary damages for infringement of New Leaf Data Services’ CANNABIS BENCHMARKS and HEMP BENCHMARKS registrations as well as a permanent injunction.
By Stephen Ball, Kevin Musco A claim of patent infringement must be brought “in the judicial district where the defendant resides, or where the defendant has committed acts of infringement and has a regular and [Read More…]
Meghan McDermott is a rising 3L at UConn Law. At UConn Law, Meghan is a student associate at the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, an Executive Editor of the Connecticut Law Review, and a member of the [Read More…]
Kevin Musco is a rising 3L at UConn Law. At UConn Law, Kevin is a member of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Society and an Articles Editor of the Connecticut Law Review. Kevin holds [Read More…]