“Locate Plastic Surgeon” Trademark Registrant Brings Dubious Enforcement Action–Ezzo v. Google

24 03 2009

By Eric Goldman

Ezzo v. Google, 2:09-CV-00159 (M.D. Fla. complaint filed March 17, 2009). The Justia page.

I’m suffering ennui about blogging pro se lawsuits against companies like Google. Most of them are completely unmeritorious and poorly expressed, so they don’t warrant the time and legal risk associated with writing them up. Nevertheless, I decided this lawsuit is blog-worthy because it, combined with the Medical Justice no-talk waivers that I hope to blog about soon, appears to be part of a troubling trend of using IP to make it harder for consumers to find appropriate medical services.


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