Category: Trademark Law

Attention ROOR Glass Lawsuit Recipients…
As recent news in Florida indicates, even the makers and sellers of bongs—water pipes—aren’t exempt from falling victim to trademark infringement.
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Trademark Infringement News: Counterfeit Goods
In other Florida intellectual property news, the French boutique company Hermes International and Hermes of Paris Inc. recently filed a complaint against several e-commerce stores alleging trademark infringement.
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Oakland Raiders News: Major Trademark Developments
The Oakland Raiders may very well soon become the “Las Vegas Raiders,” per reports indicating that the California-based team applied to register trademarks associated with the new name through the [...]
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U.S. Trademark Office Seeking Another Chance to Ban Disparaging Trademarks
We previously reported on the Washington Redskins’ challenge of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) cancellation of several Redskins trademarks.
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Crossfit Wins Motion to Dismiss Two of Nike’s Trademark Claims
The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) granted Palm Beach Crossfit, Inc. d/b/a Crossfit CityPlaces’ motion to dismiss two of Nike’s four claims in a recent Opposition proceeding.
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Can I protect my trademark internationally?
Your U.S. trademark registration protects your mark only in the United States. To gain international trademark protection, you must either (1) file applications directly in the countries or regions (e.g., [...]
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Congratulations to Ronnie Coleman Signature Series
Ranked as one of the fastest growing private companies in the USA.
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New Roadblock To UBER’S Entry Into Florida
Our firm, along with Santucci Priore, P.L., filed suit on behalf of our mutual client, Florida company Uber Promotions, Inc.,
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Seeing Red
Decision by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) to cancel six trademark registrations using the term REDSKINS
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