Slogans are commonly used by companies in marketing and promotion activities to draw public attention to goods and services. Through widely promoted commercials, certain slogans have become well-known: “Just do it”, “Because...more
In This Issue:
- Falling Foul Of China’s Trademark System: The Dangers Of International Trademark Applications In China
- Retention Of Title: Protecting Your Business From Customer’s Insolvency
In our 140-character world, slogans and rallying cries have become a popular shorthand to signify support for the emotion of the moment. As such slogans capture our national attention, it is virtually inevitable that the next...more
“Yes!” I exclaimed as I scrolled through my Facebook feed two days ago, “Perfect timing! I’ll get to follow-up on Brent Lorentz’s ‘You’ve gotta be shipping me!!’ DuetsBlog post from earlier this year....more
The Downfall of a “Stacked” Wine -
Stacked Wines, LLC makes individually-packaged glasses of wine that vertically stack to form one full bottle of wine.
Stacked Wines sought to register the mark STACKED in the...more
In This Issue:
- IS THIS REALLY A JOB FOR THE TRADEMARK OFFICE?
Legal proceedings involving mass murders and lurid sexual escapades get lots of media attention.
Trademark cases? Not so much.
Sometimes if you blink you can miss a trademark infringement suit from beginning to end. Well, ok, that’s probably a slight exaggeration.
In case you missed the news reports from June, Accenture sued rival Deloitte for...more
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