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Yellowbook v. Brandeberry: Can you sell your a trademark and then continue to use it?

Yellowbook v. Brandeberry: Can you sell your a trademark and then continue to use it?

mark April 15, 2013 0

Steven Brandeberry operated a phonebook business under the name AMTEL.  In 2002, Brandeberry sold his phonebook business to Barney White who then sold the business to Yellowbook.  In 2009, Brandeberry decided to start up

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Does the service mark Brewskee-Ball infringe the trademark Skee-Ball?

Does the service mark Brewskee-Ball infringe the trademark Skee-Ball?

mark December 30, 2011 0

Skee-Ball, Inc. the owner of the Skee-Ball brand of games — popular at amusement arcades for more than 100 years — filed a trademark lawsuit against Full Circle United (“Full Circle”), a company that

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If You Don't Use Your Bling You Lose Your Bling

If You Don't Use Your Bling You Lose Your Bling

mark November 10, 2011 0

In a fierce bling battle, a federal court in New York has held that a trademark owner lost its rights in a registered trademark because it was not making sufficient use of the mark

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Chrome Turf War: Did Google abandon the Chromium Trademark?

Chrome Turf War: Did Google abandon the Chromium Trademark?

mark June 13, 2011 0

Chromium OS is the open source development version of Google Chrome OS.  Google filed an application for Chromium back in September 2008 and began using the term a few months later in December 2008. 

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