Case Summary: Lown Cos., LLC v. Piggy Paint March 24th, 2014IP/Patents/Trademark In this series, MMM attorney Shannon McNulty presents key information on noteworthy cases that have made, or could potentially make, a large impact on the current legal landscape. Lown Cos., LLC v. Piggy Paint, LLC, No. 1:11-CV-911, 2012 WL 3277188, at *1-5 (W.D. Mich. Aug. 9, 2012) The court found that a company was not liable under a conversion of a trademark claim when this company asked Facebook to take down another company’s allegedly copyright-infringing Facebook page, and Facebook did. The court reasoned, in part, that it was Facebook, not the company, who took down the page. Court decision available here. The information presented and contained within this document are provided by MMM as general information only, and do not, and are not intended to constitute legal advice. Any opinions expressed within this document are solely the opinion of the individual author(s).