Breaking news just in to the Pirated Thoughts news desk. A jury has determined that the look of a skull head alcohol bottle is protected trade dress.
CBS was sued by the creators of “Warm Kitty,” frequently heard on The Big Bang Theory, for using the song without consent but a judge has dismissed the case.
The Cubs took on Citizens Union Bank which is trying to register the trademark for its acronym CUB but may have realized it was an error.
Wasted away again in Marijuanaville. Jimmy Buffet has successfully smoked out a trademark for MARIJUANVILLE.
There was a brief mention to an “Iron Fist” beer referencing a real beer and a real trademark dispute.
Marvel has opposed the registration of DIRE WRAITHS by Hasbro. The history of this character is a bit more convoluted than Marvel may lead people to believe.
Drinking green beer and jamming to some bagpipes isn’t the only way to have fun for St. Paddy’s day, let’s chat trademarks. (Try not to get too excited.)
It was in July 2015, that we first told you about the repeated attempts to register THE WALKING DEAD trademark by a group of people not related to the television show or comic book series. Now, Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead, dropped a pending lawsuit over a planned “Walking Dead” restaurant but this dispute
A Canadian court ruled in favor of the video game giant, awarding them around $12.8 million over a device that let’s users play pirated Nintendo games.
Recently, countrywide bans of several popular mobile games have raised questions about the predictability of access to games in today’s global games marketplace. On December 27, Iran’s Ministry of Justice blocked access to Supercell’s “Clash of Clans” after the Committee for Determining Instances of Criminal Conduct received a report from psychologists claiming that “Clash of