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  • by alexmc (524) on Wednesday June 06 2001, @03:18AM (#2734) Homepage
    I think fmartini is wrong and should have settled straight away out of court - thus saving most of 16000 dollars in legal fees.

    If the institution did have a trademark on Reading Recovery as was claimed then they were perfectly right to stop someone else using it.

    Your issue seems to be one of timing - why didn't they complain earlier. As far as I see it they probably thought you were too unimportant before to bother with. But when you started to damage their trademark by using it on a "popular" site that was when they brought the lawsuit.

    This is too unrelated to Slash. I don't know why am responding to this thread.

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