Beyonce, Jay-Z Want to Trademark Twins' Names. What Could Possibly Stand in Their Way?
The musicians want to prevent others from profiting off their kids' names. But to be successful, trademark applicants have to have a true intent to use the mark, says Knobbe Martens partner Ian Gillies.
A music video went viral this month, but it’s doubtful you know any of its musicians. The tune is quite catchy, and the performance is not only professional, but very enjoyable. What is the theme of the song? Coming of age? A broken heart? No. It’s a music video about Velcro Brand Fasteners and the VELCRO trademark.
There is the concept of “seeing the whole picture.” Example: Sure, they didn’t really respond to that discovery question, but is it worth the Rule 6.4(b) correspondence?
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