Yahoo goes after lottery hoax email spammers. Coverager here.
Patrick Henry, Dinah Henry and the United Israel Church v. Pro 10 Originals and Gerald Doerr, 08 CV 138 (D Wyoming May 28 2008), over use of UNKER’S for medicated salves:
Vandruff.com: Conversatonal Terrorism: How NOT to Talk!:
All of the techniques listed in this document have actually been witnessed, told to us by someone else, or dreamed up. They are described in first person for clarity of motive.
The intent of detailing and naming these insidious tactics is so that the reader may AVOID USING THEM, to quickly recognize if someone else is using them, and for fun. There is much humor in the way people (consciously or unconsciously) conversationally cheat.
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Topps contracted with an Argentinian company to provide Bazooka gum in various South American markets. The Argentinian company licensed and the trademark and had access to ‘technology’ (no doubt relating to how to fold a small comic strip around a brick-like piece of gum). The contract terminated and the Argentinian continued use of both the trademark and the technology. 2d Circuit: not ripe for summary judgment. Background: my reaction to this fact pattern two years ago was ‘hmmm.’
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Some see only a muffin tray intended for non-commercial home use. Some see ‘an affirmative brand-building device.”
Dateline: Milan, New York and Japan:
AmLaw Daily: “Can Victoria’s Secret Trademark “So Sexy”?“:
The word “sexy” is at the center of a trademark battle between lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret and a California company claiming it used the adjective first to describe a line of hair care products. At issue is whether Victoria’s Secret’s “So Sexy” hair products line confuses the market, given another line of hair care products from California-based Sexy Hair Concepts.
Steiner Sports operates the Last Licks chain of ice cream/sports memorabilia stores, where I take my kids after baseball or soccer unless it’s just before dinner. Steiner licensed the MLB Players Choice mark and associated ‘Players Rights’ that cover use of the rights of publicity of three or more active Major Leage Baseball players on one product. The license term expired and Steiner allegedly continued use. MLB Players have now sued in the Southern District of NY.