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Officials from Mythic Entertainment, publisher and developer of Dark Age of Camelot, have announced that they have reached a mutually acceptable settlement of the ...

David Jenkins, Blogger

May 26, 2004

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Officials from Mythic Entertainment, publisher and developer of Dark Age of Camelot, have announced that they have reached a mutually acceptable settlement of the trademark infringement and unfair competition suit filed against Microsoft last year. As part of the settlement Microsoft has agreed not to use the term Mythica or a number of derivations of that term in connection with future online computer games and to drop its US applications to register Mythica as a trademark. In addition, Microsoft will assign to Mythic, for undisclosed consideration, certain international trademark applications and registrations, common law rights and associated goodwill pertaining to the name Mythica, as well as domain names that were using the name in commerce. As part of the settlement, neither party admitted any fault or liability. Source: Mythic Entertainment

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