Some people reading this post might already be familiar with all of this, but recently I’ve been getting enough questions about the basics of intellectual property law that I thought writing up a brief primer would be helpful to some of the game devs, composers, artists, and everyone else out there. 2,468 more words
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Google defeated a claim that its GOOGLE trademark was generic, in Elliot v. Google Inc., a recent case from the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. 574 more words
Owning a Federal trademark registration provides several distinct advantages, including the ability to file a trademark lawsuit to protect the mark. In order to obtain a trademark, applicants must be able to show current use of the mark in commerce, or their intent to use their mark “in commerce” in the future. 316 more words
While the National Football League may not have time to watch the Ray Rice footage or investigate “deflategate,” its attorneys certainly have enough time to send out cease and desist letters and enforce its intellectual property rights. 985 more words
The Hunger Bowl: The Seattle Seahawks' Quest to Trademark the number '12' Over All Opposition, Even the "Hunger Games" Franchise
Every once in a while, something happens that is truly stranger than fiction. The Seattle Seahawks’ efforts to be granted a Federal trademark registration for the number ’12’ definitely fits the bill. 1,815 more words
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T-Swizzle doesn’t mind if you “Party Like It’s 1989″ to “This Sick Beat,” you just need to ask her first!
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