IPNews® – A dispute has broken out between two legal services companies over the AMERICAN DREAM trademark.

The American Dream US Greencard Service GmbH has filed a Trademark Cancellation against the American Dream Law Office PLLC. While the American Dream Law Office owns a trademark registration, the American Dream US Greencard Service claims prior use. To continue reading, click: A Social Media Trademark Dispute Just Turned Ugly

IPNews® – Apple’s pending trademark application for ONE (+Design) has run into a snag.

The application is being opposed by a bible sales company. The opposing company is claiming that Apple has refused to limit its application to exclude religious related goods. To continue reading, click: Apple One Trademark Challenged by Bible Sales Company

IPNews® – The Philadelphia Eagles have made headlines recently with their successful QB sneak play in which Jalen Hurts’ teammates push him forward for a first down.

Some of the attention is due to the success of the play, while other attention has come because the league is considering banning it. Either way, the Eagles have filed a trademark application to protect their name of the play. To continue reading, click: Philly Eagles Try to Trademark ‘Brotherly Shove’ As League Considers Ban

IPNews® – A council candidate in Pennsylvania is claiming that her company now owns the local school district logo.

Thus far, nobody is quite sure of the basis of the claim. It is also unclear if she has actually filed a trademark application, or if somehow she is claiming some sort of common law ownership. To continue reading, click: Politician Tries to Push “Values” by Trademarking School Logo

IPNews® – U.S. Ghost Adventures has filed a trademark lawsuit against Miss Lizzie’s Coffee over use of the term Lizzie.

Lizzie Bordon was accused of a terrible crime in the 1800’s. The parties to the lawsuit are both attempting to profit from the tragedy. To continue reading, click: True Crime Trademarks: Can Lizzie Borden® Axe Competitors?

IPNews® – Katie King (aka Miss Metaverse) recently filed a trademark opposition against the Miss Metaverse trademark application filed by Flo Inc.

While Flo Inc. has only recently started using the trademark, Ms. King claims to have used it for years. Although she has only recently filed her own trademark application, she may have common law rights. To continue reading, click: Metaverse Trademark Dispute Erupts Over Digital Beauty Pageant

IPNews® – Moderna has recently taken issue with a trademark application filed for COVID MVAX filed by a competitor.

The COVID MVAX trademark application was filed by GlaxoSmithKline. Moderna is taking the position that the trademark will limit its ability to adequately describe its own Covid vaccine. To continue reading, click: COVID Trademark Fight Erupts Between Pharma Companies

IPNews® – A couple of months after going to the Supreme Court in a trademark dispute, Jack Daniels is back in another one.

This time, the company is fighting to protect its OLD NO. 7 trademark. A sauce manufacturer filed a trademark application for a similar trademark, OLD NO.1 BBQ SAUCE which Jack Daniels is claiming is too similar. To continue reading, click: The Jack Daniels Trademark Is in Another Fight

IPNews® – Many considered NBC’s The Office to be one of the best TV shows of all time.

As the show’s run began to wind down, there was talk of a spinoff starring the character Dwight Schrute. Some recent trademark filings by NBC are likely to get the spinoff speculation back into high gear. To continue reading, click: Schrute Farms Trademark Offers Hope for Potential Spinoff

On August 17, 2021, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a trademark registration for WYATT EARP for use in relation to alcoholic beverages.

Consistent with the Wyatt Earp name, a fight has broken out over the trademark. The World Whiskey Society has filed its own WYATT EARP trademark and has also filed a Petition to Cancel the prior registration. To continue reading, click: Fight Over a Wyatt Earp Whiskey Trademark Just Got Ugly