TRIALGRAPHIX SUES THE GRAPHIC WITNESS
O
VER TWO WORDS IN THIS WEB SITE

GW's PERSONAL FAVORITE

This one never fails to produce a hearty chuckle:

Nov. 14: TrialGraphix says it "coined" the phrase "trial graphics" in 1991. (STORY & DOCUMENTS)

Nov. 17: GW Finds the Phrase in Documents Going Back to 1984. (CHART)

Is this a mean-spirited, heavy-handed attempt to crush a small competitor? A justified attempt to protect an important service mark? You be the judge.

 LATEST UPDATES

FEB. 28, 2000

TrialGraphix Loses Third Attempt at Getting a Temporary Restraining Order Against GW

Special thanks to attorneys Kevin Crosby and Ken Joyce of Brinkley, McNerney, Morgan, Solomon & Tatum, LLP in Fort Lauderdale!

READ THE JUDGE'S DECISION

Dick Cavett introduces GW's Cal Deal on New York radio as the owner of a "trial graphics" business. Huh?

Read story

SEE HOW DEEP IT'S GOTTEN
Click Here. (P.S. -- It's a lot deeper now.)

March 17, 1999: Judge says court can't "cancel a trademark based on failure to disclaim unregistrable aspects of a trademark." He dismisses Count I of GW's Counterclaim, and strikes two Affirmative Defenses.

Dec. 1, 1998: Judge Again Denies Temporary Restraining Order. Plus, TrialGraphix wants a Counterclaim Dismissed & Two Affirmative Defenses Striken (Nov. 25). DOCUMENTS INDEX

Nov. 17: GW Says the Court Can Order the Patent & Trademark Office to:

READ THE LAWSUIT
Stories Sum It Up
WHEN IS IT OK TO USE THE
PHRASE 'TRIAL GRAPHICS'?
Read GW's questioned-packed letter to their attorney