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Law Students Seek To "Free Rapunzel From The Trademark Tower" By Opposing RAPUNZEL As A Trademark For Dolls
In an interesting case pending before the TTAB, law students from the Suffolk University IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic have opposed an application filed by United Trademark Holdings, Inc. to register RAPUNZEL as a trademark for dolls and toy figures.
United States
8 Feb 2019
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The Ultimate Girls Versus Boys Battle Of The Trademarks: Girl Scouts Sue Boy Scouts For Trademark Infringement And Dilution
When I heard that the Girl Scouts of the United States of America filed a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America last week, I was fascinated.
United States
16 Nov 2018
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Enforce Your Trademarks Now Or You Might Be The Next Red Hen
If you needed another reason to take action against a third party using your trademark – and you shouldn't need another reason – consider the Red Hen restaurant. Which Red Hen?
United States
4 Jul 2018
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Flags As Trademarks: What Are The Rules Of The Road?
I never paid a lot of attention to Flag Day, until the year that my daughter was born on June 14. Now Flag Day is a special day for our family, and of course there is a lot of flag waving on Independence Day...
United States
12 Jun 2018
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Europe's Answer To "I Love New York": The Official Trademark Of Venice
This summer, I was lucky enough to vacation with family and friends in Venice, Italy.
United States
12 Sep 2017
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Trademark Investigations In The Age Of Social Media: When Can You "Friend" An Adversary?
I have often called my friend and colleague, Dave Kluft, the master of opposition research. When we have a trademark case together, he can be counted upon to think deeply about our adversaries...
United States
16 Aug 2017
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Happy Birthday, National Parks! Would You Like Your Trademarks Back?
August 25, 2016 marks the 100th birthday of the National Park Service, which runs the nation's 413 national parks.
United States
31 Aug 2016
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Copyright Strategies For Start-Up Companies
As a leader of a start-up company, you are probably aware of the importance of protecting your company's innovative products, services and technologies through patent filings.
United States
2 Oct 2015
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Trademark Strategies For Start-Up Companies
Most innovative start-up companies appreciate that a sound patent strategy is critical to success in the marketplace, and in making the company attractive to investors and future acquirers.
United States
19 Aug 2015
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Opportunities for Trademark and Copyright Lawyers To Volunteer During Pro Bono Month
October is Pro Bono Month in many states, including Massachusetts, New York, Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, Indiana, Tennessee, and Alabama.
United States
11 Oct 2014
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Flummoxed By FLANAX: TTAB Cancels Trademark Registration Based On Misrepresentation As To Source Despite No Use In U.S. By Petitioner
The TTAB canceled a registration for FLANAX despite the fact that the petitioner did not use FLANAX in the United States, but only in Mexico.
United States
30 May 2014
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Brand Wars: Will The Real Ronald Mcdonald Please Stand Up (And Eat A Taco Bell Taco On Camera)?
Last week, Taco Bell released a TV commercial featuring real men named Ronald McDonald enjoying Taco Bell’s new breakfast items.
United States
7 Apr 2014
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Top 5 Reasons To Audit Your Trademark Portfolio In 2013
The start of a new year is a great time to take stock of where your company’s business has been and where it is headed.
United States
9 Jan 2013
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Beware Of Misleading Trademark Solicitations
Please be aware that a number of private companies are sending out solicitations to companies and individuals who have recently filed federal trademark applications or whose trademark registrations are due for renewal.
United States
26 Sep 2012
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The North Face Moves For Contempt Against "THE SOUTH BUTT" Defendants Over New Trademark "THE BUTT FACE"
Readers of this blog might remember our previous coverage of the 2010 trademark dispute between The North Face Apparel Corp. and The South Butt, LLC.
United States
15 Aug 2012
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U.S. Customs And Border Protection Proposes Greater Cooperation With IP Owners To Crack Down On Counterfeits
Earlier today, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that it would disclose information to intellectual property owners regarding suspected counterfeit goods.
United States
30 Apr 2012
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Trademark Offices Warn Applicants Of Solicitations By Unscrupulous Companies: How Can A Trademark Owner Protect Itself?
It seems that a trademark owner cannot file a trademark application without subjecting itself to a frenzied barrage of unwanted solicitations by companies seeking the payment of fees in exchange for various trademark-related services, such as publication in the company’s private database or registry, trademark monitoring services, or recordation of the trademark with customs authorities.
United States
6 Mar 2012
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How To Protect Your Brand Without Being A Trademark Bully: Lessons From The North Face And Coke
How can the owners of famous trademarks enforce their rights without being given the dreaded "trademark bully" label? The answer lies in knowing where to draw the line, and in exercising diplomacy in letting people know when the line has been crossed.
United States
31 Jan 2012
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Charbucks Wins Round 3 Of Trademark Dispute With Starbucks
Stating that the antidilution law should be used as "a scalpel, not a battle axe," Judge Laura Taylor Swain of the Southern District of New York once again found that Starbucks failed to prove that the famous STARBUCKS trademark was likely to be diluted by the use of the marks CHARBUCKS BLEND, MR. CHARBUCKS, and MISTER CHARBUCKS on dark roasted coffee.
United States
6 Jan 2012
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Can You Ever Have Too Many Domain Names?
My partner Dave Broadwin, a business attorney and the head of my firm’s Emerging Enterprise Center, recently blogged about registering variations of one’s domain name as a strategy to prevent cybersquatting and trademark conflicts on the internet.
United States
8 Nov 2011
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