Mark Rees-Andersen of Dema Games, arrives at Maritime and Commercial Court, in Copenhagen on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. A conservative Catholic movement is suing a Danish game publisher for alleged trademark violations involving a card game called "Opus Dei. Existence After Religion." Opus Dei spokeswoman Joanna Engstedt says Dema Games has no rights to the use the name, which in Latin means "work of God." Opus Dei is a philosophy-themed, strategy-based card game. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Jens Dresling) DENMARK OUT

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Mark Rees-Andersen of Dema Games, arrives at  Maritime and Commercial Court,  in Copenhagen on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. A conservative Catholic movement is suing a Danish game publisher for alleged trademark violations involving a card game called "Opus Dei. Existence After Religion." Opus Dei spokeswoman Joanna Engstedt says Dema Games has no rights to the use the name, which in Latin means "work of God." Opus Dei is a philosophy-themed, strategy-based card game. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Jens Dresling)  DENMARK OUT
Mark Rees-Andersen of Dema Games, arrives at Maritime and Commercial Court, in Copenhagen on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. A conservative Catholic movement is suing a Danish game publisher for alleged trademark violations involving a card game called "Opus Dei. Existence After Religion." Opus Dei spokeswoman Joanna Engstedt says Dema Games has no rights to the use the name, which in Latin means "work of God." Opus Dei is a philosophy-themed, strategy-based card game. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Jens Dresling) DENMARK OUT
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