On Remand, Federal Judge Again Sides With Trademark Defendant
(October 14, 2015, 1:11 PM EDT) -- DAYTON, Ohio — There is no likelihood of confusion between a defendant’s use of the “IntelliJet” mark for an aircraft brokerage and leasing service and a plaintiff’s use of “Intellijet” for its software program, an Ohio federal judge ruled Oct. 13 (NetJets Inc. v. IntelliJet Group LLC, No. 12-59, S.D. Ohio.; 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 139137).
(Decision available. Document #16-151019-019Z.)
“Even if the marks are used identically, and even if defendant began using the mark with knowledge of the Intellijet software, there simply is no indication...