The OpenDayLight Project, “a collaborative open-source project hosted by The Linux Foundation,” by way of ongoing software development initiatives with participants worldwide, is facilitating the repurposing of my design/standard character trademark named “[leafBuilder],” and I’m livid about it.
For viewers of this post: If you know of an attorney or law firm that might be interested in exploring my claim, particularly those with extensive trademark and copyright experience who are not on the payroll of The Linux Foundation; or the payrolls of the foundation’s corporate members, then I’d be happy to hear from them. Validating the claim based on its merit will assist with securing pending litigation finance. It would be wise to examine the enormous influence and political persuasion of The Linux Foundation, wherein many law firms and attorneys may be reluctant to challenge the organization. All considered, send a message via this blog’s contact page if interested.
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