Is the USA Military About to Start a Trademark War Against Netflix?

In December of 2019, with great fanfare, the United States Military announced the creation of a new branch to prepare the country for space warfare and named it Space Force. But there is a little problem: The name Space Force is already a registered trademark by Netflix. Netflix has already registered “Space Force” as a trademark in several international jurisdictions such as Mexico, Australia, and Europe. Usually, leading media companies act fast in securing their…

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Advance Directives. The Lowdown

To know the basics of Advance Directives is an important topic we must include in our conversations with our families. The global pandemic due to COVID19 has changed our lives in so many ways. Most health care systems around the world were not prepared for the deluge of patients that overcrowed their facilities. Family members are forced to make life and death decisions for the patients. In spite of the challenges, life will return to…

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Team Mezcal Carreño Protects Its Brand While Offering Tradition and Sabor

Millennial entrepreneurs bring to Arizona an artisanal mezcal from Oaxaca, protecting their brand with USPTO.

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Ariana Grande, Others, Suing for the Unappropriated Use of Their Images

Persons can be powerful marketing tools who can command millions of dollars in revenue. We are talking of celebrities and influencers such as Ariana Grande selling and endorsing products. Recently, two litigation cases have been reported about the unappropriated use of a person’s rights and likeness. The singer and performer Ariana Grande is suing Forever 21 for the use of a lookalike young woman to promote the giant retailer’s brands and, in a different case,…

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Now You Can Trademark Cannabis Products and Services, with Limitations

You now can trademark cannabis products and services but with important limitations.

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