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RE: [ga] newyorkyankees.com suit
On 29-Dec-1999 Martin B. Schwimmer wrote:
> Not only did I read it, but I thought about it critically. The registrant
> may in fact be a Mets fan, or a Yankees fan, or a Red Sox fan, or someone
> without a sincere interest in baseball. I do not know anything about this
> case "for certain" other than the fact that he is not the owner of the
> trademark NEW YORK YANKEES, that Whois shows the name as being registered
> in 1997, that today www.newyorkyankees.com points to a page maintained by a
> web hosting company, and that the registrant is being sued by the owners of
> the NEW YORK YANKEES trademark.
And your implication was that you had information that indicated he may be a
Mets fan, when indeed you had no such information, except your own speculation,
despite the comments in the article from the registrant himself AND from his
attorney that indeed what you said was not true.
But on matters relating to IP, you have consistently played right on that line,
making implications of a case being much more severe then the facts actually
> 01:20 PM 12/29/99 -0800, you wrote:
>>On 29-Dec-1999 Martin B. Schwimmer wrote:
>>> The registrant may in fact be a Mets fan.
>>By the way, the article is clear, he is a Yankees fan. Did you read it
>>> NEW YORK YANKEES would be an example of a unique famous mark.
>>> @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
>>William X. Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>DSo Networks http://dso.net/
>>Fax: 877-860-5412 or +1-559-851-9192
> @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
William X. Walsh <email@example.com>
DSo Networks http://dso.net/
Fax: 877-860-5412 or +1-559-851-9192