We took our flashlight and went down into the dark, cobwebbed-filled catacombs of the Trademark Office to find some scary and not so scary real trademarks.
We update you on a spooking trademark battle over the term HALLOWEEN HORROR CRUISES.
Its the spooky time of year, here is a story we originally previously covered but was just too good to not bring back. (And I’m not just republishing this story cause I’m away at two conferences and too lazy to draft an article.) Below, with a helpful tip from a reader, we give you an update
A man hurt while running in fear from a costumed character wielding a fake chainsaw had his lawsuit against a haunted house type amusement park dismissed.
Disney has moved to oppose the HERPIE THE LUV BUG trademark for an upcoming video game.
Disney is in a battle to win back the trademark rights to SABAAC.
Its all fun and games at New York Comic Con until someone breaks an intellectual property law. Looking at several IP violations that commonly occur at Cons.
A costume company sued Kmart for copyright infringement for stealing the look of a banana costume. Really.