Zoom Video Communications Inc.’s new “Zapps” function for integrating third-party apps infringes Zapier Inc.’s trademarks covering similar services, according to a complaint filed Monday in San Francisco federal court.
On Monday in the Northern District of California, plaintiff Zapier, Inc. filed a complaint against Zoom Video Communications, Inc. for trademark infringement and unfair competition, alleging that Zoom is using the name “Zapp” for its third-party app integration within Zoom, infringing Zapier’s “Zap” third-party app integration business, which Zoom has previously partnered with to use within Zoom.
Zapier, Inc. v. Zoom Video Communications, Inc, 3:20-cv-07506 California Northern District Court, Claims for relief: Federal Unfair Competition and Dilution (15 U.S.C. § 1125), Common Law Trademark Infringement, Unfair Business Practices
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