Phenomenon Licensing v. MySpace Inc. Featured Case

Plaintiff: Phenomenon Licensing
Defendant: MySpace Inc.
Case Number: 1:2008cv00691
Filed: March 20, 2008
Court: US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
Office: Trademark Office
County: Cuyahoga
Presiding Judge: Dan Aaron Polster
Nature of Suit: Plaintiff
Cause of Action: Federal Question
Jury Demanded By: 15:1114 Trademark Infringement

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Date Filed Document Text
June 6, 2008 Opinion or Order Filing 11 Memorandum of Opinion and Order denying Plaintiff's Motion to remand and denying as moot Plaintiff's Motion not to consolidate as there is no other case with which this case can be condolidated (Related Doc # 6 ).Signed by Judge Dan Aaron Polster on 6/6/2008.(B,B)

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