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Kris Jenner Files Trademark For "Momager"

There has been quite a few Moms who have managed their child’s Hollywood celebrity careers but one wants the official title to herself. Kris Jenner wants to be the only “momager.” 81 more words

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well we are here what are you going to do

growing up my mom use to tell us this joke and this joke was so out of the ordinary for her, the joke has a cuss word in it, but now i look back i think she was telling us this joke to let us know it is okay to not agree or like what other people may have or do. 1,674 more words

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  • Kris Jenner wants to trademark WHAT?! - AfrikaOnAir

    Well, gotta hand it to her.  She is a business.  man.  Kris Jenner now wants a legal lock on the word….momager!
    We found out Kris has filed legal docs to trademark the name “momager” in the world of entertainment, which means anyone else who wants to use the description would need her permission, or else she could sue them.

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    I intervene in SanMedica v. Amazon to disclose clickthroughs

    Kind of a busy day. With the invaluable help of Public Citizen, I filed a motion to intervene and unseal in the SanMedica case, in which the court redacted the number of clickthroughs received by Amazon as a result of its ads using the plaintiffs’ trademark, depriving us of the ability to understand the meaning of the case. 619 more words

    Kris Jenner Files Legal Papers to Trademark "Momager"

    Kris Jenner is determined to be the only “momager” in Hollywood. According to TMZ, Jenner recently filed legal documents to trademark the term (a mash-up of “mom” and “manager”) within the entertainment industry. 67 more words

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    More than Just “Street Cred”: Why Intellectual Property Rights Matter to Street Artists

    By Christine E. Weller*

    Perhaps to the dismay of artists executing works in public spaces or on private property, street art and graffiti art has financial value and can be sold at… 1,993 more words

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