LL Cool J Sues Guerilla Union Over “Rock the Bells” Trademark

What does LL Cool J and Guerilla Union, Inc. have in common? Well apparently, it’s the use of the term “Rock the Bells” in conjunction with their musical works. James Todd Smith, the hip-hop recording artist commonly known by his stage name ‘LL Cool J,’ filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the Guerilla Union, Inc. and its founder Chang Weisberg, the company that produces the ‘Rock the Bells’ music festival. Click on this article link to learn more.

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Are Apple and Samsung Coming Under Fire by Patent Trolls?

Apple is being sued by Korea-based patent firm FirstFace for patent infringement. Samsung is being sued by U.S. based data firm PACid for patent infringement as well. There are talks that both FirstFace and PACid might be patent trolls. Are Apple and Samsung being trolled by patent trolls? Click this article to find out.

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is Finally Taking the Battle to Their Copycats

In the recent year following the original release of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (also known as “PUBG”), many developers have rode on PUBG’s popularity, which resulted in a flood of games either imitating or directly copying the multiplayer online battle royal style. Well it seems that PUBG has had enough of the imitators, and is putting their foot down, in the form of a lawsuit, to try and solidify themselves as the sole multiplayer online battle royal game developer. Read the full article for more.

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