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Let’s Taco 'bout This Collection

This week, the much anticipated Forever 21 x Taco Bell collection finally dropped. Taco Bell fans throughout the world were clearly impressed and most of the collection sold out within a day. 331 more words




Essentially, a trademark is a “brand” or “logo” which you can use to tell apart your product from those of your competition. Through… 295 more words


DSI Assignments, LLC v. American Road Products, Inc. et al. (17-cv-11963).

DSI Assignments sued American Road Products, Installernet, Inc., Anthony Frangiosa, Stephen Witt, and unknown Does 1-100 for trademark infringement and dilution, false designation of origin, false advertising, unfair competition, breach of contract and fraud in the inducement. 195 more words


Descriptiveness and Trademark Searches

The fifth statutory exception prohibits the registration of matter that is merely descriptive or deceptively misdescriptive of the goods or services for which the mark is used.  330 more words

Hanssen: CJEU confirms narrow reading of exclusive jurisdictional rules.

The precise application of the Brussels I Recast’s exclusive jurisdictional rules, remains a balancing exercise. Being an exception to the Regulation’s’ overall preference for the domicile of the defendant, they have to be given a narrow reading. 267 more words

Conflict Of Laws /Private International Law

Nintendo May Be Making a Game Boy Classic

Earlier today, a trademark bot from Japan tweeted out that Nintendo has registered a Japanese trademark for the Game Boy. This is coming on the heels of Nintendo’s highly sought out classic consoles, including the NES Classic Mini and the SNES Classic Mini. 119 more words


Forming a Corporation in California

By Dave Thomas

Has the time finally come for you to take your company to the corporate level? If the answer is yes, how and where do you start the process? 709 more words