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Playnation Play Systems, Inc. v. Velex Corporation

Gorilla Gym infringes Gorilla Playsets’ trademark, as both use a similar size and type of gorilla for their children’s playground equipment, says the Eleventh Circuit. But the district court was monkeying around when it ordered the infringer to pay its profits for continuing to use the trademark after being sued. After all, it was, at the time, a legal trademark that no judge had ruled against.


Tags: 2019, Eleventh Circuit, Intellectual Property, Trademark Infringement

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