“Call of DooDee” is a pet waste removal company whose name is a little too similar to a certain blockbuster video game franchise. Call of Duty publisher, Activision, is attempting to block the name from being used.
The latest update sees Activision requesting a 30-day extension in order to “file a notice of opposition.” You can read the full request below:
First 30 Day Request for Extension of Time to Oppose
Pursuant to 37 C.F.R. Section 2.102, Activision Publishing, Inc., 3100 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405, UNITED STATES, a corporation organized under the laws of DELAWARE , respectfully requests that it be granted a 30-day extension of time to file a notice of opposition against the above-identified mark . The time within which to file a notice of opposition is set to expire on 11/30/2017. Activision Publishing, Inc. respectfully requests that the time period within which to file an opposition be extended until 12/30/2017. Respectfully submitted, /Neil Yang/ 11/20/2017
Activision Legal Department
We’ll have to wait to see what happens following the extension!
Who are you rooting for? Activision or Call of DooDee? Let us know!
In other Call of Duty news, we’ve now posted our thoughts on WWII in review form, the latest Infinite Warfare update brings back Gesture Warfare, and WWII COD Points are now live.
Source: Resetera via Critical Hit Gaming