Super Nintendo World is on its way at Universal Studios to make your video games come to life and the trademark registrations hint at an amazing ride on the way.
Ford Motor Company wants to tame Universal’s new trademark registration for RAPTOR SQUAD claiming people are bound to confuse Universal’s RAPTOR SQUAD with Ford’s RAPTOR truck.
The IP section of the American Bar Association has published Michael Lee’s article entitled “The Law of YouTubers: The Next Generation of Creators and the Legal Issues They Face.”
Marvel has opposed a martial art academy’s trademark registration of a not so clever attempt to combine the famous logos of the Avengers and Captain America.
A trademark application filer thinks Nintendo needs to chill a bit. Nintendo has requested an extension of time to oppose the TOKEMON trademark in association with “cigarettes”.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that “google” was not yet generic and the company could enforce against others using its trademark improperly but how long will this non-genericness last?
A brewing company from Georgia that makes a “Golden Ticket” chocolate-flavored beer ran into some trademark problems of the Oompa Loompa variety.
It is well-known through Star Wars lore that Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon in a game of sabacc from Lando Calrissian. An interesting trademark filing indicate that this game may be a big part of the upcoming untitled Star Wars’ Han Solo movie.
DC Comics has filed a request for an extension of time to oppose the trademark of a plumber’s mascot who is a kid wearing a Superman-looking outfit…and carrying a plunger.
Happy Star Wars Day! Before you go and celebrate “May the Fourth be with You” day be careful what you do with the phrase because Disney has registered a trademark for about every kind of product you can imagine related to the slogan. I am not sure how or when this even started but it