Plaintiff Blue Nile, Inc. and Defendant Ice.com both own and operate online diamond and fine jewelry retail sales businesses. Plaintiff alleged that Defendant copied both certain elements of Plaintiff’s website in violation of the Copyright Act and the “overall look and feel” of Plaintiff’s diamond search webpages. Under Fed. R. Civ. P. Read more about Court Rules on Copyright Preemption of Trade Dress Infringement and State Law Claims
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