Tim Langdell

Langdell’s Edge trademark has been canceled by USPTO

The trademark for Edge which belonged to Edge Games founder Tim Langdell has been canceled by a court order.

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  • Langdell claims nearly 100 errors in Edge vs Future High Court ruling

    The undaunted Tim Langdell has claimed a High Court ruling dismissing his trademark claims against Future was riddled with errors.

  • Langdell returns to games development with EDGEBobby 2

    Lover of all-things EDGE-related Tim Langdell has now turned his head back to games development after his EDGE-related lawsuits against Future and EA. EDGE Games released the new title, known as EDGEBobby 2 – the “sequel to the highly popular classic game Bobby Bearing” – for iOS. It’s available now for 59p, with PC, Mac […]

  • High court rules in Future's favour in Langdell copyright case

    Future has been triumphant in its legal pursuit of notorious copyright hound Tim Langdell.

  • Report - Langdell set to lose Edge trademarks

    Following this week’s news that Edge Games’ injunction against EA over the use of the word ‘Edge’ was thrown out, it looks like boss Tim Langdell is set to lose the rest of his Edge-related trademarks.

  • Report - EA wins courtcase over "Edge" trademark

    IG is reporting EA has won its courtcase against Edge Games over the trademark of the latter’s namesake. For real this time.

  • EDGE back up on App Store

    Mobigames’ EDGE is now available again on Apple’s App Store. Yours for £2.99. The game fell victim to Tim Langdell and his amazing trademark squatting, and has been in limbo for months. EA challenged Langdell recently, saying none of his claims to the “edge” name were valid as he wasn’t currently using it for commercial […]

  • EA makes legal move to stop Langdell trademark squatting

    EA has petitioned the US Patent & Trademark Office to cancel a range of registrations associated with Edge Games, Inc. In the petition, EA’s lawyers allege that Edge Games claims against companies using “Edge” in their titles aren’t legitimate as they’re not associated with a trademark used in active commerce. There are numerous citations in […]

  • Tim Langdell left IGDA to avoid damaging it, believes all accusations "unfounded"

    Former IGDA board of directors member Tim Langdell issued a statement about his recent departure, saying that he wasn’t pushed out the door. Rather, he chose to vacate his position so that the IGDA wouldn’t be caught in the crossfire between Langdell and those who are out to get him. “I make this decision,” he […]

  • IGDA boss: Tim Langdell stepped down for "personal reasons"

    Speaking with VG247, IGDA Executive Director Joshua Caulfield said today that Tim Langdell decision to resign from the IGDA board of directors was for “personal reasons.” Caulfield refused to elaborate further and directed us toward Langdell for a statement. Which we’ve done. There’s more on the resignation here.

  • Tim Langdell resigns from IGDA board of directors

    Tim Langdell, the trademark troll behind the recent Mobigames Edge fiasco, has resigned from the Independent Game Developers Association board of directors. This comes shortly after IGDA members started petitioning for his removal. Prior to taking the hint, Langdell abused his position by harassing anyone who used the name “Edge” as a game title. He […]