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In case you didn't think that the Candy Crush Saga publisher trademarking the word "candy" wasn't ludicrous enough, now the company, King.com, is going after another studio for using the word "saga" in their game title. Is this game like Candy Crush Saga? Does it use candy in a saga-like manner? No...
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It appears that Activision Blizzard reached a settlement of its $400 million claim against EA that was part of a legal dispute that was supposed to kick off a week from now with the Modern Warfare 2 devs. Activision lawyer Beth Wilkinson said: "Activision and Electronic Arts have decided to put this matter behind them...
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Filed under: BLIZZARD, VALVE, LAWSUITS, LAW, DOTA, DOTA 2
Despite a somewhat grim outlook for the legal dispute between Blizzard and Valve, it seems that both companies managed to settle the battle over the DOTA license. As you know, Valve is keen on pushing their project DOTA 2 to the end, whereas Blizzard owns the rights to the universe and characters that were used for the popular Warcraft 3 mod...
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Filed under: BLIZZARD, VALVE, LAWSUITS, LAW, DOTA, DOTA 2
Ah, DOTA - a once popular mod for Warcraft III, but now apparently the source of a potentially long-drawn-out legal dispute. Well, of course, we all knew this was bound to happen sooner or later. The folks over at Kotaku have reported that development studios Valve Software and Blizzard Entertainment commenced a legal battle over the name DOTA (Defense of the Ancients)...
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Sony already has a class action lawsuit against it in the United States, and now there is one in Canada too. The one in Canada comes with a price tag, which is nice, of a $1 billion dollars, but in Canadian money, which is somewhere around what American dollars are worth (I am too lazy to look up actual exchange rates, but Canadian dollars are not Monopoly money)...
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Filed under: EA, TRIP HAWKINS, MADDEN, LAWSUITS
Robin Antonick is suing EA for millions of dollars in royalties from the Madden franchise because he was an early programmer. Trip Hawkins has fired back, not because he is attached to EA, but because he's credited with being the man behind the franchise...
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