GrupoPegassologo.pngIPNews® – The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board recently rejected claims of fraud on the PTO in connection with a musician’s federal registration for the name of the Mexican band Grupo Pegasso.

Frontera Music had sought to cancel Federico Estevan Vasquez’s registration for the trademark, saying that he falsely claimed the trademark was in use in the U.S. and that he submitted doctored evidence in support of his registration. The music company was not able to provide any conclusive evidence of such fraud, though, let alone intent to deceive the PTO, the TTAB ruled. To continue reading, click: TTAB Nixes Mexican Band Grupo Pegasso Trademark Cancellation Bid