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Earthwatch Institute, Inc. v. DigitalGlobe, Inc. (19-cv-11142).

Earthwatch is a non-profit corporation that supports scientific research through “citizen science.” Under this approach, Earthwatch joins ordinary citizens who are concerned about environmental issues together with world-class scientists to conduct environmental surveys and research, such as tracking chimpanzees through the Ugandan forests. 162 more words

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SEARCH FOR COMMON LAW TRADEMARKS

QUESTION: How do you conduct a common law (not USPTO) search for tagline that want to trademark?
Hi there – I work at a Financial Services company and have been asked by to research what’s involved with trademarking a tagline. 87 more words

Patent

Law & Order: Taco Tuesday Unit

Picture This:

You work at the local saw mill, in Saw Dust Refining. Bill from Table top sanding is being his typical annoying self. But its finally 5 o’clock you’re free to go home. 709 more words

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McLeod's Freedom of Expression Trademark

By Sydney Michaelson

In Kembrew McLeod’s article titled Freedom of Expression trademark, he makes an argument stating that what we say and have access to is always owned by someone. 198 more words

Al Cass, Inc. v. American Way Marketing, LLC (19-cv-11125).

Al Cass makes and sells lubricating oil for musical instruments under the “AL CASS FAST” mark – I fondly remember the distinct smell of their valve oil from my trumpet-playing days in elementary school. 231 more words

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S&S Corporation of Myrtle Beach v. Cool Hand Luke, Inc., d/b/a The Bowery Bar (19-cv-11103).

S&S operates a restaurant and pub known as The Bowery (which serves the “8th Wonder of the World,” a full pound hamburger) just off the beach in Myrtle Beach. 121 more words

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SPORTS NEWS: SOCCER STAR, NEYMAR WINS FIGHT TO TRADEMARK HIS NAME

Brazilian superstar Neymar scored a legal win on Tuesday as a top EU court ruled against a businessman who tried to claim copyright on the world’s most expensive footballer’s name. 589 more words