A small company focused on immersive technology sued Meta Platforms Inc., the company formerly known as Facebook, in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday, accusing the larger company of trampling on its trademark rights.

Pryor Cashman represents plaintiff METAx LLC, which first registered the “Meta” mark with the USPTO more than five years ago, before the “metaverse” became part of popular culture.

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