Trademark News & Screw-ups Netflix Chooses To Seek Dismissal Of 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Trademark Suit

The cornerstone of trademark infringement lawsuits is a likelihood of confusion. If two products or services, in fact, come from two completely separate sources, how likely is it that the public will think that these products or services come from the same source? When no one is actually confused and such confusion is not at all likely, there is no trademark infringement. If you could not depict in movie products or services that are attributable to a certain brand, you couldn't have movies at all. Netflix's 30-page motion to dismiss is basically that same idea translated into legalese.

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