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New York Times Sued TIME Magazine For Its TIME100 Talks Calling It A Chief Competitor

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 4 – The New York Times has sued TIME magazine, for using the term TIME100 Talks.

  It calls TIME "one of NYTCo's chief competitors."

 The case is assigned to U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John P. Cronan, in whose docket Inner City Press found it on January 4. 

TIME's lawyers at Latham & Watkins wrote to Judge Cronan asking for a 33-day extension of the deadline to answer, move or otherwise respond to the complaint. They said "the parties are currently negotiating the terms of a potential resolution." Ah, business.  

The case is New York Times Company v. TIME USA, LCC, 20-cv-9787 (Cronan).


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