Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Nadel v. Play-by-Play Toys & Novelties, Inc.

Mr. Reiner's testimony fails to specify precisely which (if any) of the enumerated plush toys were designed to (1) sit upright, (2) on a flat surface, (3) emit sounds, and (4) spin or rotate (rather than simply vibrate like "Tickle Me Elmo," for example.)
It's a case about a guy submitting a toy idea and it possibly getting misappropriated. The case also contains this awesome introductory clause:
With respect to the Giggle Bunny evidence, we agree....
Oh, intellectual property, does the fun ever stop with you?

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