The company wants a full injunction that will block Apple from launching the service.
iCloud Communications says they have been using the trademark for "identical to or closely related" services since 2005. The suit claims that Apple has damaged the trademark with its iCloud launch and "ensuing saturation advertising campaign."
The complaint is asking for "all profits, gains and advantages as well as all monetary damages sustained." Additionally, it asks for the end of the name and for Apple to "deliver for destruction all labels, signs, prints, insignia, letterhead, brochures, business cards, invoices and any other written or recorded material" with iCloud on it.
Apple officially filed for the trademark in the U.S. and Europe last week.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 13 Jun 2011 17:02