Trademark News & Screw-ups Star Control countersuit aims to invalidate Stardock's trademarks

I'm known for saying that contracts are often stronger than IP laws. That's because contracts can create rights that never existed and because contracts can destroy rights you used to have under default provisions of intellectual property laws. A small signature on a piece of paper can easily override years of work, copyright ownership and even trademark registrations. Everything points to a pretty messy court fight here.

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