Sunday, August 16, 2020

This Is a Classic Case of Trademark Bullying.



"This is a classic case of trademark bullying. A pear is entirely a different fruit than an apple. Their logo does not convey the appearance of an apple. There's no question about it. They are abusing the rights that Congress has granted them at the expense of small businesses. This goes beyond the scope of what is considered reasonable. Apple Inc. does not own pears, pineapples, or even apples for that matter. A lawyer would have no problem gathering up enough victims to start a class-action lawsuit to reclaim the monetary damages that these frivolous lawsuits have caused. We know first hand the emotional and financial hardship that Apple Inc. inflicts on its victims." ~ Carly Emerick of Candy Apple Blue