DC Comics Knocks Out 'Superman Workout' Trademark Case

, The Asian Lawyer


An Australian federal court ruled for DC Comics in rejecting a local fitness company's attempt to register a "Superman Workout" trademark.

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  • rewinn

    Philosophy students naturally gravitate toward gymnasiums. When I read "Superman" I instantly think of Friedrich Nietzsche. Who is this "DC" that the judge is so worried about? From context, it appears to be a publisher of cartoon books, the like of which are most likely unknown to the public.

  • Michael Thompson - Legal Librarian, Robbins Arroyo LLP - San Diego, Ca.

    It's obvious. Justice Bennett was correct in exercising her decision.

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