WizKids Gets Injunction
Against Tree House Kids
Published: 08/31/2012, Last Updated: 09/04/2012 04:03am
NECA, on behalf of its subsidiary WizKids, has obtained a Consent Permanent Injunction against Tree House Kids prohibiting the company from using "Heroics" as a brand for miniature super hero figures. The injunction came out of a lawsuit filed against Tree House alleging trademark infringement of WizKids’ HeroClix brand. The suit is ongoing.
Tree House has rebranded its line "Zerboz."
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