The logo pictured, for Energy Armor, probably reminds you of the Electronic Arts logo. And according to Electronic Arts, it's a logo "likely to cause confusion, or to cause mistake, or to deceive consumers as to an affiliation, connection, or association between Energy Armor and Electronic Arts." Because of this, Electronic Arts has filed a complaint with the court of California, Gamasutra reports.

Energy Armor, a company whose chief offering is wristbands, recently registered the logo with the United States Patent and Trademark Office -- the same logo that appears on the company's popular wristbands. Electronic Arts' complaint calls for a block on the registration, and that all existing wristbands Energy Armor is holding on to be delivered and destroyed.

Not yours, though. You already bought it, so you're cool.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.