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.
The rock band, the Eagles, sued a real-life “Hotel California” claiming the hotel is inappropriately using the trademarked title of the hit song. And the Internet has not responded with niceness.
Wasted away again in Marijuanaville. Jimmy Buffet has successfully smoked out a trademark for MARIJUANVILLE.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have recently opposed the filing of one of Snoop Dog’s claiming Snoop’s LEAFS BY SNOOP mark is a little too close to theirs.
Professors Swift and Kanye teach us all about privacy law and recording private conversations.
Is Kayne’s West new video, “Famous,” featuring look-a-likes of many celebrities protected free speech or is it violating the celebrities’ publicity rights?
In a case that has gripped the music and copyright world the jury decision was issued in the Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” trial.
Ed Sheeran has been hit with a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit over “Photograph”and legal and musical experts weigh in on the case.
Deadmau5 has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a vaping company behind Deadmodz, claiming that consumers are being confused by the similar sounding and looking name.
I would love to get my hands on the evidence in this case. Michael Jackson’s estate has filed a trademark infringement action over a gift basket company selling “KingOfPop” popcorn and owning the kingofpop.com domain. Since the musicians death in 2009, the estate of Michael Jackson has been controlled by two executors and Michael Jackson is