We don’t know why any restaurant owners would want to associate their food with a stretch of ugly highway that cuts a massive concrete and asphalt path from one end of New Jersey to the other, but that’s what the operators of a small pizza chain in Florida did when crafting a logo that looks a lot like the one for the Garden State Parkway. 577 more words
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Trademark disclaimer is an announcement by the trademark holder that the owner does not have an exclusive right for the use of any portion of that mark. 117 more words
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By now everyone is familiar with the most common generic top-level domains (gTLD); even though many may not have an idea what they are called. A gTLD is the part of an internet domain name that comes after the last dot, such as .com, .net, and .org. 641 more words
U.S. PTO Trademark Trial and Appeal Board cancels registration of marks containing name Redskins (Blackhorse, et al. v. Pro-Football, Inc., TTAB (June 18, 2014))
By Irene Calboli
On June 18, 2014, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) wrote an important page in the dispute over the marks “Redskins” that has been ongoing for over two decades. 907 more words