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Aaron Greenspan, a college classmate of Mark Zuckerberg, has filed a petition to cancel Facebook’s first registration for FACEBOOK, on three grounds: (1) prior rights; (2) genericness; and (3) fraud on the PTO.
InfoLaw discussion here.

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Latest in Stoller saga. Google went after Stoller ‘alter egos’ but not Stoller himself so Stoller ‘intervened.’ Next to last paragraph re $10,000 fine of interest.

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Rockbridge Capital, LLC v. Rockbridge Equity Partners, LLC
Ohio Southern District Court
Filed: March 5, 2008
Plaintiff: Rockbridge Capital, LLC, Rockbridge Capital, LLC Defendant: Rockbridge Equity Partners, LLC
Case Number: 2:2008cv00208
Stahls’ Incorporated et al v. All American Supply, Incorporated
Michigan Eastern District Court
Filed: March 3, 2008
Plaintiff: Stahls’ Incorporated, Stahls’ Special Projects, Incorporated

TTABlog: Unfriendly Shores? Recent Developments in U.S. Law May Trouble Foreign Trademark Owners

Foreign trademark owners who seek registration in the United States may be troubled by several recent developments in American trademark law. The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s current fraud jurisprudence holds an applicant or registrant strictly responsible for false statements made to