In the midst of this year’s baseball season, this Yankees fan is getting ready to “play ball” against the MLB in not one, but two trademark battles.
It looks like the National Hockey League is looking to score once and for all. Earlier this week, the NHL launched a lawsuit against four small-time hockey merchandise businesses to protect its coveted Stanley Cup.
Don’t copy that tat, bro! 2K Games sued by WWE’s Randy Orton’s tattoo artist for reproducing copyrighted tattoos without permission.
Did you know buildings can be trademarks? They can, and the Empire State Building fights very hard to protect its look.
Maybe, finally, its the copyright game is over. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a copyright claim over the infamous Michel Jordan Jumpman logo.
King’s College and its football coach were sued for copyright infringement for retweeting a link to an unauthorized image of a single page of a book.
Titleist, the maker of golf balls and equipment, has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against an individual selling golf apparel bearing the name “Titties” in a similar script font.
MLB has been granted an extension of time to oppose the Overwatch league’s logo which bears a resemblance to MLB’s long-time logo.
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.
Warner Bros,, owner of the rights to Bugs Bunny and its related trademarks, has filed a request for an extension of time to oppose the trademark registration of a professional wrestler known as DrugZ Bunny.