The makers of the “Sour Patch Kids” have sued a marijuana-infused candy maker over their “Stoney Patch” gummies claiming the brand is a knock-off.
DC Comics has opposed a real estate agent’s attempt to register a trademark for SUPERCONDOMAN claiming the mark is confusingly similar to its SUPERMAN trademark.
A father and son duo have decided to 3D print their very own Lamborghini Aventador but could doing this get them sued for intellectual property infringement.
Lee Law, on behalf of Levi Strauss & Co., have obtained a $1 million judgment against New York-based counterfeiters and a permanent injunction enjoining them from further infringing the Levi’s trademarks.
In a case involving FUCT clothing, the Supreme Court said the Trademark Office could no longer refuse registration of a trademark that might be considered scandalous or immoral.
Lucasfilm has opposed a company’s attempt to register the HAND SOLO trademark in association with its mezcal claiming it is too close to Star Wars’ HAN SOLO.
A California-based personal injury attorney is drawing the ire of DC Comics by trying to register a trademark for the phrase SUPER WOMAN SUPER LAWYER used in association with her law practice.
Disney has opposed a China-based company attempt to trademark an image that is a look-a-like of Jack Skellington from “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Olaplex, the distributor of high end hair products, has sued Walmart over the sale of counterfeit products on Walmart.com.
Guns N Roses has opposed a Colorado-based brewery’s attempt to register a trademark for its GUNS N ROSE beer claiming the name would cause a whole lot of confusion. Update – lawsuit dropped.