One of the most popular television shows of the 2000s, which was part mockumentary, has a very real lawsuit in the works.
What Happened: Based on the BBC show of the same name, “The Office” aired for nine seasons in the U.S. on Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA )-owned NBC.
NBC is the company behind a lawsuit over the Dunder Mifflin trademark . Dunder Mifflin is not a real company but was the name used in the show for the Pennsylvania-based paper company.
As reported by trademark attorney Josh Gerben of Gerben Law , NBC filed a lawsuit against Jay Kennette ...
Full story available on Benzinga.com