DC Comics has opposed a trademark for a cartoon character, SUPERDURAGMAN, that was clearly inspired by Superman.
In a delicious victory, Bubba Burger is about to be granted a unique trademark registration that covers the shape of its burgers…unless someone opposes this meaty decision by the Trademark Office.
The maker of the “Choose Your Own Adventure” books and owner of the “CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE trademark have sued Netflix over its use of the mark in “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.”
Marvel has opposed a karate gear company’s attempt to register a trademark for PUNISHER ATTACK THE FINISH claiming that martial arts fans are bound to confuse it with Marvel’s PUNISHER mark.
A group of law students, despite having no competing interests to a trademark registration, were granted permission to oppose a doll’s company’s attempt to register the trademark for RAPUNZEL.
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.
In the wake of a new lawsuit filed by Nintendo against two big ROM websites, hopefully you will believe your friendly neighborhood video game attorneys when they tell you that ROMs and using someone else’s IP without permission is infringement.
CBS has had a busy couple of weeks at the Trademark Office. So much for that Klingon holiday party. Over less than a month, CBS has opposed three trademarks related to Star Trek and we are going to break those down today. STAR TRAK In November 2017, an individual named Robert Walker filed an intent
Counting down until Christmas with the trademarks of Santa Claus.
In the last two week, Epic has been hit with two lawsuits claiming famous dances by 2 Milly and Alfonso “Cartlon” Riberio were stolen and used in Fornite without permission. Are these lawsuit doomed to flop?