Trademark News & Screw-ups Fox's 'Alita: Battle Angel' Hit With Trademark Lawsuit

This smells like a big settlement. The only question I have when I see news like that is, how could Fox's lawyers not notice the trademark? And if they did notice it, why in the world did they not get a license to use the trademark sooner. Now that they've invested millions into the film, they can't just walk away and change the name. They have to find a way to continue using it. Which may be difficult, given that the name is taken. They might try to attack the 10-year-old trademark hoping for a mercy judgment that would allow them to recoup their investment. But like I said, more than anything, it smells like a big settlement for Epic Stone Group.

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