Texas E-Filing System: What's in a Name?

, Texas Lawyer

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If the state's new electronic-filing system for court documents were a person, it might be asking, "Who am I?" Partly because of a trademark-infringement suit, TexFile.com will become eFileTexas.gov on Dec. 6.

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  • Craig Ball

    Both marks do seem to share a common characteristic: both depict the state of Texas as suffering from a bad case of psoriasis.

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