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November 11, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The World Pog Federation of Costa Mesa has won exclusive rights to use the word pog on its disks and other game products under an agreement announced this week, after a months-long legal dispute. The Huntington Beach-based Universal Pogs Assn., which had claimed pog was a generic term for the wafer-like game pieces, will change its name to Universal Slammers Inc. and will no longer call its caps pogs.
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November 11, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The World Pog Federation of Costa Mesa has won exclusive rights to use the word pog on its disks and other game products under an agreement announced this week, after a months-long legal dispute. The Huntington Beach-based Universal Pogs Assn., which had claimed pog was a generic term for the wafer-like game pieces, will change its name to Universal Slammers Inc. and will no longer call its caps pogs.
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November 9, 1994 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was touted as the "Pog Wars of '94." But on Tuesday, two Orange County companies battling over use of the name of the popular children's game announced an amicable end to a high-stakes courtroom contest that had been set for trial next week. In a settlement effective this week, Universal Pogs Assn. agreed to a permanent order barring the company from using the World POG Federation's "POG" trademark, alone or in combination with other words.
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November 9, 1994 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was touted as the "Pog Wars of '94." But on Tuesday, two Orange County companies battling over use of the name of the popular children's game announced an amicable end to a high-stakes courtroom contest that had been set for trial next week. In a settlement effective this week, Universal Pogs Assn. agreed to a permanent order barring the company from using the World POG Federation's "POG" trademark, alone or in combination with other words.
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