Essentially I have an app in development that requires the user to utilize their phones movement (throwing or spinning it) as an in-game feature. I am concerned however on what would occur if a person accidently drops or breaks their phone and whether they are able to take any legal actions against... Read more »
answered on Aug 22, 2022
Dear Mrs or Mr,
thank you for your question and I will be starting with the fact that its very good (from the legal point of view) that you are already warning your users and you provide safery instructions before usage of such app.
Other relevant precautions might be to enlist... Read more »
So the website is pulsz.come and I had won bit on there site was around 200k at 1 point and when it came to paying out they took over a month and said they were going to and then closed my account and said I had two accounts which I did no and explained to them multiple times and then told them my... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2022
Yes, you can hire a business attorney/litigator to work on this issue for you to help you recover the funds.
I want to be able to keep this username for a very long time and don’t want any problems with other company’s or the YouTube Annoying Orange. Need help in understanding trademarking. I have a gaming account with the username AnoyingOrang and would like to move further with that account name.... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2021
You need to consult with an attorney, so she can do a search and an analysis of the strenght of the mark.
I was playing words with Friends and an ad popped up for Candy crush and it was constant screaming! I am deaf in one ear and when I hear loud sharp noises it makes my ears ring and hurts really bad. I couldn't mute it or x out of it it gave me severe anxiety at 6:00 in the morning, I filed a... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2021
My best suggestions would be: 1) Stop playing apps that have annoying adds, or 2) pay for the app so you don't have to see the ad.
For my logo I’d like to incorporate the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers lightning symbol but don’t know if I can because I don’t know if it is copyrighted/ trademarked.
answered on Nov 24, 2020
This is an interesting question because SCG Power Rangers LLC abandoned one of its Power Rangers registered trademarks (which includes the lightning symbol) back in 2017. Whether or not you can use a trademark without getting in trouble depends on several factors, which can sometimes be clear cut... Read more »
I have been developing a video game for more than a year now. Early on, I did a google and TESS search for any similar products, in the same class, with the same name. Nothing existed at that time, but I neglected to register a trademark for the name.
Searching this time around, there still... Read more »
answered on May 1, 2020
Contact the blog owner and inquire if they can put you in contact with the student. Note however that an intent to use is not the same as actual, continuous use in commerce. In the United States, the general rule is that trademark rights are based on priority of use in an actual business or trade.... Read more »
According to the radar gun I was going 72 in a 60. I had my cruise control on 63 going uphill. So i got a ticket for speeding. I also had a passenger in the car and the officer put on the ticket i had no passenger. He also put my wrong address down on the ticket. Could I take the ticket to court to... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2020
It is unlikely that the radar that the officer was using was not functioning properly; it would also be difficult to prove this in court as well. If you believe that you were not going as fast as the officer cited you for, I would recommend getting your speedometer calibrated on your vehicle. If... Read more »
I want to know if I could use it that wrestling company trademarked allelitewrestling but I’m using AllEliteClan
After the tenant signed a 2 month contract he set up a illegal 8-liner withought my my notice or concent.
Being that the room leased to the tenant is connected to main house by an outside hallway will i be held liable. When the Sheriffs department comes down on him . Who will be held... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2018
Generally, illegal activity allows a landlord to invoke eviction rights.
answered on Aug 16, 2018
Why don't you look at the Official Rules for that state lottery board?
He says he has it but he keeps blowing me off with lame excuses.
answered on Feb 5, 2018
This is probably not an issue of criminal law. If you released the item to him voluntarily it is not a crime ... unless there is some reason to question the effectiveness of your consent. For example if he tricked you in the first place and never had any intention of fixing it, then it could be... Read more »
She claim since she stayed with her she's taking custody but I'm their father I should have all rights to go get them
answered on Nov 28, 2017
It would be wise to hire an attorney that practices Family Law in the same county where the children currently live. The sooner, the better.
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