I ♡ Trademarks NewsletterIssue #304
Bri Van Til | August 30, 2022
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Vans says Walmart is still selling shoes that infringe on its trademarks, despite a court order.
The brewer who was allegedly selling beers featuring Penn State-related names without permission has reached an agreement with the University. The defendant had previously been sanctioned by the judge for defying her orders.
Stake Your Claim
Get the FUCK out of here, said TTAB to Erik Brunetti, the famed applicant whose appeal to register FUCT was decided by the Supreme Court. “The First Amendment does not require the USPTO… to confer on any applicant the exclusive right to use an expressive term that fails to function as a mark.”
All I want for Christmas is to be the queen of it, said Mariah Carey, but other singers have objected to the trademark application. We can still have Christmas without you, they said.
If your goal is to work as senior content and media counsel for FIFA, I hope you score this gig. I’m sure their team is great to kick it with.
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Odds and Ends
A business owner trying to trademark the name of her literacy tool—WORD WINDOWS—is facing opposition from Microsoft.
If you missed our metaverse trademark webinar last week, make sure to check out the recording!
A couple of Bridgerton fans are facing a trademark infringement lawsuit for their Unofficial Bridgerton® Musical.