Breitbart News reported on Friday that a major copyright law firm in the US is filing a lawsuit against a prominent Google trademark that expired last year.
The firm, the Intellectual Property Alliance (IPA), is seeking to extend Google’s exclusive rights to use and promote its trademark png in a variety of media.
The case stems from the 2016 acquisition of the Google Search engine from Yahoo!
by Google for $1.2 billion, and the trademark has expired for some time.
But, according to the Intellectual Properties Alliance, that expired png trademark is still valid.
In the lawsuit, the trademark rights of the Pangolin were not renewed until April 5, 2020, the day after the acquisition.
That means the trademark could be renewed for another five years, but the copyright holder could still apply for it to be renewed, according the lawsuit.
The filing is likely the first to try and extend the trademark protections to include Google’s other trademarks.
Google’s trademarks have long been subject to trademark disputes.
The most famous is the Google logo, which is also the trademark for the Chrome browser.
The Google logo is often used to promote Google products, and it is widely recognized as being a trademark of the company.
But it has also been used to create a variety (and sometimes overlapping) logos, and Google has been accused of violating trademark law by using its own logo in various places, including on a Google Maps product.
Google has defended its use of the logo, saying that the company does not have any interest in creating any trademark at all for itself.
Google does have other trademarks, however, that have expired, and some of them have been extended beyond the five-year term.
For example, the Google brand name is often trademarked in the United States, and a number of other companies have used the Google name to promote their own products.
The Intellectual Property Association, which represents Google, argues that the expired Google trademark should be allowed to expire for another four years.
The lawsuit also asks for the trademark owner to be allowed “to obtain an extension of its rights to renew the trademark.”
That would mean that the trademark holder would be allowed a further five years from the expiration date of the expired trademark, and they could also apply for an extension to extend the term.
The company says that if Google were to apply for a trademark extension, it would “disrupt the monopoly in the market for Google products.”
The Intellectual Properties Association’s statement that Google has infringed copyright by extending the Google trademark is a bit confusing.
In some countries, it may be more complicated for Google to apply its own trademark.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has adopted a set of rules to regulate the use of trademarks.
In this case, it says that the expiration of the trademark is not the same as an infringement of copyright, which can only be the result of infringement of copyrights.
The Copyright Office and the International Trademark Association (ITAA) are also involved in the case.
It could be that both organizations will try to stop Google from extending its trademarks.
If that happens, Google could end up losing its current and future business.
Google is a big player in the Internet and mobile markets.
It owns more than 60 percent of the market share in the U.S., and the search engine has become an indispensable part of the lives of millions of people around the world.
In 2020, Google launched a new advertising platform called AdSense, which allows advertisers to promote its services in Google search results.
But the company has been criticized by copyright groups for the way it has used its own brand to promote AdSense.
Google also has a strong presence in other areas, such as the video streaming business, and its services also appear in video apps and other applications.
If Google wants to extend its trademark protections, it will have to fight it, according a recent Wall Street Journal report.
The trademark dispute has led to a few other legal disputes between Google and other tech companies.
In 2017, Google agreed to a $15 billion settlement with the Recording Industry Association of America, which represented musicians and labels.
The RIAA, which owns about 20 percent of Google’s search market share, was not pleased that the search giant agreed to pay $25 billion to settle a lawsuit over the way Google displayed ads.
The search giant also had a dispute with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), which is the trade association for composers and publishers.
ASCAP also has argued that Google’s use of its own trademarks should be limited, as the companies share the same basic standards for intellectual property.
The two sides were not able to reach a settlement on the question of whether Google’s own trademarks were infringed by the RIAa, though, as Ars Technica noted at the time.
In addition, Google is also involved with another copyright dispute with a major music label, which sued the company in 2017.
That case is ongoing, but