Artist E-40 sued a book publisher for infringing on his copyright, claiming a book called “Captain Save a Hoe” is profiting because of his song, “Captain Save a Hoe.” Geez - ya think? BUT, the book publisher just countersued E-40 for lost book sales resulting from E-40’s demand that Amazon remove the “Captain Save a Hoe” book from amazon.com. Sounds like Captain Save Some Time and Money might want to swoop in and help them settle this before it ends up in trial a year down the road.
Kid Rock - sued by the Ringling Bros. Circus for titling his 2018 tour “The Greatest Show On Earth.” Apparently the circus folks still dig the trademarked phrase, even though the circus doesn’t go on the road anymore. Pfft....clowns.
Still awaiting decision from The #Court of Appeals 9th Circuit #Sqrat#SquirrelRat#TRADEMARKINFRINGEMENT#Scrat#IceAgeMovie 20th Century Fox stole my #sqrat for #scrat Please look this up. Fox 3 year old Cartoon Creator
News from the Soo Theatre Project, Inc.: Ice Age: The Story Behind the Story (from the Writer Michael J. Wilson)
My dear friend and client, “The Hobbit” actor William Kircher (@williamkircher). I obtained a judgment in his trademark infringement suit today. Defendants messed with the bull in William, and they got the horns. Victory. Period.
Anyone see what we see? Yes, that's right, a little bit of potential trade mark infringement! Imagine if your brand was not secured and got confused with the likes of UKIP! Make sure you invest in Intellectual Property and protect your brand! Contact us today for a free consultation!
Let us start your Monday morning off with a laugh and trade mark infringement case! This was recently found on our travels through SE Asia in Vietnam to be specific. Who do you think Branel got their inspiration from for the branding of this product? Would you be confused? Drop us a comment and let us know what the real product is called and who manufactures it! #Branel#Chocolate#SFFF#Foodhub#Foodpreneur
You are likely making the googly eyes at this Frozen Orange Blancmange which, though it tastes like a Creamsicle, is NOT Creamsicle pie. The proper name "Creamsicle" is trademarked by the good people at Unilever who I have the utmost respect for, particularly those in their legal department. .
If you're dreaming of eating this pie, I've got good news for you: YOU CAN! I wrote the recipe for Taste, and not only is it crazy delicious but ridiculously easy as well. A beginner can make it. A child can make it. Koalas can make it, because they have opposable thumbs and there's a booming citrus industry in Australia. Click the link in my profile, bookmark it, and you'll have a go-to dessert for every potluck summer shindig for the rest of your life. .