Salt Lake Comic Con had filed the motion claiming that “Comic-Con” was a generic term and thus incapable of trademark protection. In response, San Diego Comic-Con cited a survey in which 80% of consumers thought that Comic-Con was a brand and not a generic term. To continue reading, click: Federal Judge Refuses to Dismiss San Diego Comic-Con Trademark Case
The End had sued Starbucks over its colorful unicorn Frappuccino. The End filed a trademark application for UNICORN LATTE in January of this year. To continue reading, click: Starbucks Unicorn Drink Trademark Lawsuit Is Amicably Resolved
The complaint alleges that Smashburger’s new “Triple Double” burger infringes on In-N-Out’s trademarks for “Double-Double” and “Triple Triple”. Both trademarks have been in use by In-N-Out since the 1960’s. To continue reading, click: In-N-Out Sues Smashburger for Trademark Infringement
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