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In Brief: J&J v. IGI

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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J&J v. IGI: Johnson & Johnson seeking preliminary and permanent injunction against IGI enjoining the Nova Skin manufacturer from manufacturing, selling, advertising or promoting its new skin care line under the Nova name or "any other name that is confusingly similar to, or which dilutes the uniqueness of, Renova," according to a Feb. 6 complaint. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, the complaint alleges that IGI's use of the Nova name infringes J&J's Renova trademark. IGI asserted in a Feb. 15 statement that it would "vigorously defend this lawsuit" and noted that in addition to its federal trademark registration for its Novasome lipid vesicle technology it had several Nova marks outstanding, including Novaspheres "which has been used since 1992 for skin care products." A hearing has been scheduled for March 15...
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