Marvel has opposed a trademark for REAL LIFE PRINCIPLES which, let’s be honest, is an absolute knock-off of the Punisher skull and guns logo.
When you were a kid, Sesame Street taught you how to count. Now that you’re older, get ready to learn about trademark oppositions from some of your favorite muppets.
Everyone loves a fun, good-natured event hosted by fans to celebrate their favorite franchise, right? Unfortunately for fans of Harry Potter, Warner Brothers has been vocal in saying otherwise.
DJ Khaled has made his name known as a record producer and media personality through his hit music remixes, his record production company, and his music videos. While fans may be anticipating the release of his eleventh album, it looks like Khaled is busy dropping something else: lawsuits.
Riot and a hair company are having a blow out (hair reference) over the ANNIE trademark.
Michael Jackson may no longer be with us but his estate lives on and is suing ABC for copyright infringement over a recent documentary.
Universal has picked up some pitchforks and has opposed a wine company’s attempt to register the FRANKENSTEIN trademark for wine claiming priority to the mark.
Marvel has been in a long drawn out battle over the UNCANNY trademark with a rival comic book publisher trying to register the mark.
Wrigley has defeated a vape company using its STARBURST and SKITTLES trademarks when the defendant disappeared like a puff of smoke.
PUBG dropped a 155 page complaint for copyright infringement against NetEase over its “Rules of Survival” and “Knives Out” games.