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Trademark: Protect your ideas and creations

I had a very pleasant young man come see me this week, and we are both glad he did.  For a while, he’s had a vision and dream of elevating those of his race who need inspiration just to go out and do the things they are capable of.  217 more words



As if the rich need help getting any richer………After close to five days of deliberation, a jury reached a verdict that Samsung was on the hook to Apple for $539 million in the patent infringement case the two companies have been battling out in court for years. 194 more words


Nintendo, Creatures Co., Ltd. & Game Freak Have Applied For New Trademarks For Pokemon & Pikachu

Nintendo has been applying for a lot of trademarks lately, and the company has continued that trend today. However, this time, they are not alone. Nintendo, Creatures Co., Ltd. 53 more words


TxDOT battles El Fenix over trademark slogan

DALLAS — If you’re from Texas, know someone from the state, or at least heard of the place, you’ve probably become familiar with the phrase, “Don’t mess with Texas.” 252 more words


God’s Era v. New Era Cap Company, Inc. (18-cv-11065).

God’s Era, a clothing company founded by a college student to sell clothing reflecting her Christian faith, filed suit against New Era Cap, accusing the big league hat manufacturer of trademark infringement, false designation of origin, and unfair competition in connection with New Era’s decision to market apparel bearing both the NEW ERA trademark and a new FEAR OF GOD mark.  121 more words


Paper Justice

This week, I had the incredible honor of speaking on a panel with Stephen Baird, the original attorney who fought with Suzan Harjo to cancel the trademark registrations of the Washington football team, and Amanda Blackhorse, who bravely continued that effort. 339 more words

Social Justice

Now “Forever”?

The trademark wars continue, with another author attempting to steal another word out from under everyone in publishing.

While the trademarking of the word “cocky” did set a dangerous precedent, … 79 more words