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Diagnostic Center Says Judge’s Rejection Of Injunctive Relief Was Proper In Trademark Case

(September 15, 2016, 4:15 PM EDT) -- CINCINNATI — A diagnostic center argues in a Sept. 12 brief to the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals that a federal judge properly declined awarding preliminary injunctive relief in a dispute over “Ancestry,” “Ancestry.com” and “AncestryDNA” trademarks (Ancestry.com Operations Inc. and Ancestry DNA LLC v. DNA Diagnostic Center Inc., No. 16-3468, 6th Cir.).

(Appellee brief available. Document #78-160919-010B.)

U.S. Judge Sandra S. Beckwith of the Southern District of Ohio on April 25 deemed plaintiffs Ancestry.com Operations Inc. and Ancestry DNA LLC (collectively, Ancestry) unlikely to...
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