US Space Force logo looks like one from Star Trek. The newly unveiled logo for US Space Force appears to have boldly gone where Star Trek went before.Twitter users noted that the emblem, revealed by President Donald Trump, bears an uncanny likeness to the insignia from the cult sci-fi TV series.The striking resemblance left many critics as stunned as though they had been zapped by Captain Kirk’s phaser.But others online insisted the logo was really based on the US Air Force One.
Nike Inc has submitted a trademark application for the word ‘cryptokicks’, signalling it may be gearing up to launch its own digital currency and a host of cryptocurrency related products.The application, filed on April, 19, outlines how the company‘s proposed digital currency could be used by an online community.
Word Mark CRYPTOKICKS
Serial Number 88394295
Filing Date April 19, 2019
Current Basis 1B
Owner (APPLICANT) Nike, Inc. CORPORATION OREGON One Bowerman Drive Beaverton OREGON 97005
Nike Is Releasing A Cryptocurrency – CryptoKicks
Megastar pastry chef Christina Tosi and her team at Milk Bar have filed a complaint alleging that a Chicago dessert bar and restaurant has infringed their name and logo. The federal complaint claimed the owners of JoJo’s Milk Bar, which opened in February in River North, “deliberately” and “willfully” confused customers and the media into thinking the Chicago bar was associated with Tosi’s.
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While comparing products and services in advertising campaigns is perfectly legal when done correctly, companies and marketers should work closely with their legal counsel to review any proposed ad campaign that specifically calls out a competitor or a competing product.
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The Patent and Trademark Office is working on a rule that would require foreign trademark applicants to have a U.S.-licensed attorney. The PTO plans to issue a proposal […]
Stone Brewing has filed a lawsuit against Molson Coors Brewing Company subsidiary MillerCoors, which makes and markets the “Keystone” line of beers, alleging that the multinational company infringed on the San Diego craft brewery’s “Stone” trademark. According to the complaint, filed today in the U.S. district court of Southern California, Stone Brewing asserts that MillerCoors is purposely trying to “steal the consumer loyalty and awesome reputation of Stone’s craft brews” with its recently rebranded Keys
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Otter Products LLC of Fort Collins filed a complaint Aug. 7 in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California against Michelle J. Blaiwes, Max N. Langen and Does 1-10, alleging they sell counterfeit copies of the plaintiff’s products.
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Is the term “google” too generic and therefore unworthy of its trademark protection? That’s the question before the US Supreme Court. Words like teleprompter, thermos, hoover, aspirin, and videotape were once trademarked. They lost the status after their names became too generic and fell victim to what is known as “genericide.”
Distinctiveness of a mark in context of explanatory text is case-specific, turning on evidence of the public’s understanding or perception of a mark.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reaffirmed its commitment to the rule that willfulness is a prerequisite for disgorgement of a trademark infringer’s profits in Stone Creek v. Omnia Italian Design… United States Intellectual Property Fenwick & West LLP 27 Jul 2017