Yellowbook v. Brandeberry: Can you sell your a trademark and then continue to use it?
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 upRead More »
Does the service mark Brewskee-Ball infringe the trademark Skee-Ball?
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 thatRead More »
If You Don’t Use Your Bling You Lose Your Bling
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 markRead More »
Chrome Turf War: Did Google abandon the Chromium Trademark?
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.Read More »