Lucasfilm is opposing a band’s attempt to register its name as a trademark claiming that MILLENNIAL FALCON is too confusing to Star Wars’ MILLENNIUM FALCON.
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.
Michael Jackson may no longer be with us but his estate lives on and is suing ABC for copyright infringement over a recent documentary.
After a careful and close examination conducted by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, it has given their expert opinion and determined that the musician, Dr. Dre was unable to prevent the gynecologist, Dr. Drai from registering his trademark.
A French artist is claiming that Disney ripped off his works to create the new promo posters for Disney’s “Solo: A Star Wars Story” movie.
An artist claims Kendrick Lamar stole her art and featured it in his Marvel’s “Blank Panther” music video.
Funko has been sued by Gibson for the unauthorized use of its guitars on toys attached to some legendary musicians.
The estate for Prince sued a small YouTuber for uploading songs from a Prince concert after the YouTuber filed a DMCA counter notification.
The dog days have just begun for a start-up. Wu-Tang Clan has opposed the trademark for a dog walking service with the name Woof-Tang Clan claiming that the mark is confusing similar.
The Supreme Court ruled that a rock band’s “derogatory” name should be permitted to be trademarked thus opening the floodgates to a whole bunch of permissible trademarks including one for the Washington Redskins.