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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46763 Judge Daniels MASTERCARD INTERNATIONAL Inc. sued Ralph Nader and his political committee, alleging unfair competition, misappropriation, trademark infringement and dilution of plaintiff’s trademarks under the Federal Trademark Act and state and common laws. Plaintiff lost its bid to stop presidential candidate and consumer activist Ralph Nader from adapting the company’s “priceless” advertising campaign to his own ads targeting corruption in Washington. The court granted defendants’ motion for summary judgment, concluding that the ads run by Mr. Nader in his bid for the White House in 2000 were “political, not commercial, in nature” and unlikely to deceive consumers. The Nader ads went through an ascending list of horrors on the cost of fund raising and promises to special interest groups before closing with the line “finding out the truth: priceless. There are some things that money can’t buy.”

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