[openbeos] Re: openbeos Digest V5 #145

  • From: Michael Phipps <mphipps1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 03 Aug 2005 22:24:23 -0400

That doesn't mean, though, that they could not seek an injuction or sue in the 
case of a new infringement. It wouldn't make their case a little tougher, 

FWIW - back when we went through the naming debates, I spoke with a trademark 
lawyer. His take on it is that, in the US, a trademark isn't really dead (it's 
just resting); he has seen 20 year old trademark violations successfully 


On 2005-08-03 at 20:29:04 [-0400], Cian Duffy wrote:
> > Simplely they will have exceeded the statute of limitations.
> And did so in 1997 under UK law and Irish law - 6 years, or you can't purd 
> sue. Works for trademarks, debts, and some other stuff (personal injury, etc)
> Cian

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