Alas, the silver lining to Steve Carell and Greg Daniels’ new comedy.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has ruled the expression is too “commonplace.”
Guerrilla Union must turn over all items with the name by May 10th.
That premise you remember from childhood books is not only familiar, but also trademarked.
The shirt’s part of the designer’s nostalgic Bootleg Redux Grunge collection.
Hip-hop veteran demands they stop using the title of his 1985 hit.
The Compton rapper argued that consumers would confuse him with the Pennsylvania-based doctor.
A New York lawyer explains how Simmons probably would have never been granted the trademark anyway.
America’s highest court says “trademarks are private, not government speech.”
Kiss frontman has filed an application with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Clothing company allegedly sold several items of clothing using “Coachella” name.
Plus, the pop star files trademark documents for guitars, guitar picks, drumsticks, and more.