EA slams Langdell

Ben Parfitt
EA slams Langdell

Publisher Electronic Arts alleges that Tim Langdell “intended to deceive” the United States Patent and Trademark Office with his treatment of the Edge trademark.

Tim Langdell, the owner of Edge Games so routinely embroiled in trademark disputes, had previously fired accusations at EA over its ambitious 2008 FPS Mirror’s Edge.

But EA says the unpopular game designer has “deceived” the USPTO by continually relying on a trade mark that is not, in EA’s eyes, used legitimately.

For the full story, head over to Develop.


Tags: ea , trademark , dispute

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