BlueAir Inc. v. Apple, Inc. Featured Case

Plaintiff BlueAir Inc. seeks a declaratory judgment that its AIRPOD mark for desktop air purifiers does not infringe Apple\'s rights in its registered trademarks iPOD for portable personal music players.

Plaintiff: BlueAir Inc.
Defendant: Apple, Inc.
Case Number: 1:2008cv00427
Filed: January 18, 2008
Court: Illinois Northern District Court
Office: Chicago Office
County: Cook
Presiding Judge: Milton I. Shadur
Nature of Suit: Trademark
Cause of Action: 28:2201 Declaratory Judgement
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
January 18, 2008 1
COMPLAINT for declaratory judgment of non-infringement of trademark rights filed by BlueAir Inc.; Filing fee $ 350.(rbf, )

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Plaintiff: BlueAir Inc.
Represented By: John R. Crossan
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