All's fair in love and war: What is the best app to find someone who lawsuits you the most? Match Group, the owner of the wildly successful 'Tinder', has declared war on yet another dating app for patent-infringement, alleging that the Muslim-focused 'Muzmatch' has copied the feel of the app, the color scheme and even the naming convention of the app as well. In the court documents, a Match Group spokesperson states: "Muzmatch sought to mimic the Tinder app's functionality, trade-off of Match's name, brand, and general look and feel, meet user expectations that Match created, and build a business entirely on a Tinder clone distinguished only Muzmatch's Muslim-cultural-specific marketing". So how will the Courts decide this? Only time will tell. Courts have been increasingly strict concerning patenting for apps and a patent for internet-related items. As a brief summary, a patent is essentially a document that shows ownership of an invention.
Transcript King’s Hawaiian the best thing to come out of Hawaii other than getting drunk and embarrassing your family at a tiki bar. The company has been in the news recently over a a rather unusual court case that has been filed against it. A man in New York has filed a class action against bread maker alleging that the company misled him into believing that the rolls are actually made in Hawaii. Robert Galinsky is pursuing a class-action lawsuit against the company claiming unjust enrichment, negligent misrepresentation, and fraud. Which if he’s correct is fair enough, if a company claims to have some quality of origin but actually doesn’t then, that’s false advertising and there should be repercussions for those actions. But just like when you are found by your family passed out in the bushes behind the tiki bar that you were kicked out of the night before, the real story is much more complicated thatn that. You see, King’s Hawaiian did originally start in Hawaii in the 50’s but