The federal district court in San Diego did not err in ruling on summary judgment that Seal Shield LLC failed to establish that its predecessor had used the mark LIFE PROOF in commerce in connection with electronic device covers before Otter Products’ subsidiary TreeFrog Developments applied to register LIFEPROOF, the U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco has determined. Seal Shield failed to offer evidence of prior use to rebut the validity of TreeFrog’s registered mark (Seal Shield, LLC v. Otter Products, LLC, January 30, 2017, per curiam).

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