As early as August, Apple took legal action against a company called Prepear. Although the company has nothing to do with technology, it tried to register a pear-shaped logo, which of course bothered Apple. However, it seems that the two companies are reaching an agreement on the logo.
Prepear is derived Super healthy kid Services and provide healthy recipes and digital shopping lists through mobile apps. Prepear’s logo is basically the outline of a pear, which led Apple to accuse Apple of copying its classic logo, which includes a “simple fruit design and right-angled leaves.”
Apple seems unwilling to give up the dispute, but the two companies are now negotiating other legal actions.As mentioned before Mcrums, An application filed with the Trial and Appeals Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office last week called for a 30-day suspension of trial proceedings.
Both parties actively participated in the negotiation to resolve the matter. Apple requested that this procedure be suspended for 30 days to allow the parties to continue their settlement work.
It is not clear what Apple is trying to negotiate with Prepear, but if the two companies do not reach an agreement before January 23, 2021, the legal dispute will automatically resume. If this happens, the first hearing is expected to be held in March 2021, and the main trial will not take place until October.
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