Glass-google.jpgIPNews® – Tech giant Google has faced an uphill battle in obtaining trademark protection over the word “Glass” for its next big product.

The Silicon Valley powerhouse filed a response to the USPTO’s sweeping refusal of the GLASS trademark application, arguing that there was no likelihood of confusion between “Glass” and other similar trademarks and that the  trademark is not merely descriptive.  With a variety of styles including those named “curve”, “bold” and “thin,” it appears that no matter what the outcome for the “Glass” trademark, Google Glass is well on its way.    To continue reading, click:  Google Runs into Trouble in Attempt to Secure Trademark Protection for “Glass”