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WTTW wins copyright suit vs FilmOn; judge says online TV retransmitter can't be considered cable TV system

Dan Churney Mar. 29, 2016, 3:21pm

A judge has switched off a court challenge by an Internet company that wants to retransmit the programming of WTTW – Chicago's PBS station – to online users, saying the company isn’t authorized to do so, because it doesn’t meet the required federal definition of a "cable system" and thus is infringing on WTTW's copyright.

Peace, Love, Litigation: Chocolatier sues rival over trademarked phrase on candy products

Scott Holland Dec. 23, 2015, 10:45am

Wishes for peace and love are as common around the winter holidays as chocolate and peppermint candy. But when two companies market seasonal confection products with nearly identical names, it’s left to the courts to unwrap a trademark lawsuit.