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June 7, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Mobile phone maker Motorola Inc. sued scooter maker Razor USA in a dispute over use of the "Razr" name. Razor is objecting to Motorola's plans to use the "Motorazr" trademark after a two-year license for the Razr name expires in October, according to the lawsuit filed in Delaware Chancery Court. Motorola says it has permission to make the switch. Representatives at closely held Razor, based in Cerritos, weren't available to comment.
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June 7, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Mobile phone maker Motorola Inc. sued scooter maker Razor USA in a dispute over use of the "Razr" name. Razor is objecting to Motorola's plans to use the "Motorazr" trademark after a two-year license for the Razr name expires in October, according to the lawsuit filed in Delaware Chancery Court. Motorola says it has permission to make the switch. Representatives at closely held Razor, based in Cerritos, weren't available to comment.
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BUSINESS
December 4, 2000 | Jerry Hirsch
U.S. District Judge Manuel R. Real will hold a hearing in Los Angeles today on whether to convert a temporary restraining order blocking 12 scooter companies from making, importing or selling similar products through Dec. 4 into a preliminary injunction. The order was sought by Razor USA, a Cerritos-based company and the leading scooter importer. Whatever the federal judge decides, he isn't likely to put the brakes on this year's No. 1 holiday gift, toy industry experts say.
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December 4, 2000 | Jerry Hirsch
U.S. District Judge Manuel R. Real will hold a hearing in Los Angeles today on whether to convert a temporary restraining order blocking 12 scooter companies from making, importing or selling similar products through Dec. 4 into a preliminary injunction. The order was sought by Razor USA, a Cerritos-based company and the leading scooter importer. Whatever the federal judge decides, he isn't likely to put the brakes on this year's No. 1 holiday gift, toy industry experts say.
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November 3, 2000 | JERRY HIRSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even as shiny aluminum scooters head to the top of Christmas gift lists, the biggest seller of the toys filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles late Wednesday charging 15 competitors with a combination of patent and trade infringement. At stake is several hundred million dollars in expected sales between now and year-end.
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November 3, 2000 | JERRY HIRSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even as shiny aluminum scooters head to the top of Christmas gift lists, the biggest seller of the toys filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles late Wednesday charging 15 competitors with a combination of patent and trade infringement. At stake is several hundred million dollars in expected sales between now and year-end.
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