Washington will keep its current name until it has a new name. So when will it have a new name? That hinges in large part on the ability to secure federal trademark protection for the new name and video. As explained on Sunday, trademark squatters have complicated the issue. Martin McCaulay currently has secured (or [more]
タンパベイ・バッカニアーズ入りが現実のものとなった時、トム・ブレイディの代理人は少なくとも1つの商標権を確保しようとすぐに動いた。彼のグループは他にもいくつかの商標をブランドに追加しようとしている。商標代理人のジョシュ・ガーベンによると、ブレイディの会社である『TEB Capital Management（TEBキャピタル・マネジメント）』が2つの商標――“Tompa Bay（トンパ・ベイ）”と“Tampa Brady（タンパ・ブレイディ）”の登録を出願したということだ。
Tom Brady is filing for another trademark.With TB12 moving to Tampa Bay, the quarterback’s representatives filed a trademark application for “TB x TB.” The application was filed on March 20, per Fox Business, the day Brady officially signed his contract with the Buccaneers.
Marshawn Lynch’s return to the NFL lasted just three games, but his most recent stint with the Seattle Seahawks was a memorable one — not because of his play. Lynch urged fellow NFL players to take care of their “chicken,” a slang term for money. In doing so, he went viral. He’s taking advantage of that.
Word Mark TAKE CARE OF YO’ CHICKEN
Goods and Services: Clothing, namely, T-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, pants, shorts, jackets, hats and caps.
FIRST USE: 20200102. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20200102
Standard Characters Claimed
Serial Number 88768051
Filing Date January 21, 2020
Owner (APPLICANT) Marshawn Lynch INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES
かつてＮＦＬシーホークスのスーパーボウル制覇の際に大活躍したシーホークスのリンチ選手は、その後引退してレポーターなどをしていましたが、今期シーホークスのランニングバックに怪我人が続出し、最終戦とプレイオフでの人手不足から現役復帰し、周囲の心配を他所にゴールライン辺りでそこそこの活躍(4TD 3Games)を見せました。’Take Care Yo’ Chicken’は”あんたのお金、守っとけよ”の意味。
Marshawn Lynch’s advice to young players: “Take care of y’all’s chicken”, 1:27
Garoppolo has led the Niners to a 13-3 record and No. 1 seed in the NFC. If Garoppolo learned one thing from former mentor Tom Brady, it’s that you have to cash in on your fame. That’s exactly the 49ers star signal-caller and his agent are trying to do, as Yee & Dubin Sports, who represent Garoppolo, filed for six trademarks for, “It feels great, baby” on Dec. 30, per Josh Gerben.
As if New Yorkers needed another reason to hate Tom Brady.The hardly humble New England Patriots quarterback is seeking to trademark the moniker “Tom Terrific” — the same nickname bestowed upon legendary Mets’ Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver.
Tom Seaver Throws First Pitch at MLB All-Star Game, 1:35
Word Mark TOM TERRIFIC
Goods and Services IC 025. US 022 039. G & S: T-shirts; shirts
Standard Characters Claimed
Serial Number 88446264
Filing Date May 24, 2019
Current Basis 1B
Original Filing Basis 1B
Owner (APPLICANT) TEB CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, INC.
CORPORATION MASSACHUSETTS C/O SCS FINANCIAL SERVICES ONE WINTHROP SQUARE BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 02110
It’s probably pretty common for NFL teams to file trademarks on slogans they plan to use, but in the world of professional football, timing is everything. According to Josh Gerben, a trademark specialist and founder of Gerben Law Firm, the Vikings filed a trademark application for “BRING IT ALL.” The funniest part about the application is that it was filed on Dec. 28, just days before their Dec. 30 loss to the Bears that washed their season down the drain and paved the way for the Eagles to make the playoffs instead.
[コメント]NFLのバイキングは昨年NFCの決勝でイーグルズに負け、その時のスローガンは”Bring it home”（スーパーボールがミネアポリスで開催されたため）でした。今年こそはの勢いでQBを大金を積んで入れ替えて臨んだシーズンでしたが、最終週にNFC北地区ライバルのベアーズに敗れ、プレイオフ進出が阻まれています。“IT”はバイキングスのスーパーボール進出を意味すると思われ、USPTOへの出願がその望みを絶たれる３日前ということで失笑をかっているという記事になります。
Miami Dolphins have plans to profit from their miraculous victory over the New England Patriots earlier this month. Last Friday, the Dolphins filed a trademark application for the phrase “MIAMIRACLE” with the hopes of using the phrase on a plethora of merchandise commemorating their 34-33 win over the Patriots on Dec. 9. The Dolphins came up with a game-winning, lateral-filled, 69-yard touchdown with 16 seconds remaining to secure the victory, which became recognized as the “Miami Miracle” and the “Miracle in Miami” on television and social media after the game.
Colin Kaepernick’s company Inked Flash has filed for the trademark to a black and white image of his face and hair.The filing, which showed up on the website for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Wednesday but was filed last Friday, says the intent is to use the image on everything from shampoo and hairspray to jewelry and lampshades.
What began as a mostly trivial story about two NFL players sharing the same nickname — and last name — turned ugly for Dolphins rookie Minkah Fitzpatrick. After he and his family were badgered on Twitter for filing a trademark on FitzMagic, a moniker also used by Buccaneers backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, Minkah decided it was an unnecessary headache.