Judge Denies Defendant's Motion to Stay in Trademark Case

10 August 2012 News

Law360 published an article discussing Officeware Corp v. Dropbox Inc., a case pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Among the claims Officeware brought against Dropbox are trademark infringement and unfair competition. U.S. District Judge Sam A. Lindsay denied Dropbox's motion to stay, stating it "is not warranted."

Officeware is represented by Intellectual Property Partners Robert J. Ward and Terrell R. Miller, and Trial Partner Craig B. Florence.

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