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Dessert wars -- an iconic pie is victorious in trademark settlement agreement

Oct 3, 2013
The end of a delicious trademark dispute involving an iconic dessert and a fried chicken legend.
Posted In: pie, trademark
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Can you trademark a rallying cry like 'Boston Strong'?

Apr 23, 2013
"Boston Strong" was a phrase that came out of the uprising of goodwill for the city after the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, some are trying to trademark it. Can it be done?
Posted In: boston, boston marathon, trademark
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Turkish firm moves to trademark Idaho's state name

Feb 18, 2013
It may sound like a Thanksgiving dinner food fight, but it's actually a serious battle over knock-offs. Potato-proud Idaho is fighting against Turkey, the country.
Posted In: turkey, idaho, potatoes, trademark
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'Tebowing,' 'Linsanity'...and now 'Kaepernicking'

Jan 24, 2013
The 49er QB looks to trademark the name of his signature move, but is it worth it?
Posted In: Sports, Colin Kaepernick, NFL, Super Bowl, trademark
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Michigan trademark case questions who owns the road

Oct 3, 2012
In northern Michigan, there's a fight over a trademark on the sign for the iconic and beautiful M-22 -- a state highway that loops through the Leelanau Peninsula.
Posted In: highways, Michigan, logo, trademark
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Can you trademark the color red?

Jan 25, 2012
This week, a federal appellate court will hear arguments over whether fashion designer Christian Louboutin’s signature red-soled shoes are actually something he can trademark.
Posted In: fashion, trademark, Christian Louboutin, Yves Saint Laurent
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Final notes to help you with your Turkey Day

Nov 24, 2010
And this final note: When you pick up your fork to shovel stuffing tomorrow, put the Blackberry down, would you? A new survey from Harris...
Posted In: 3-d, Comcast, Facebook, Thanksgiving, trademark, tv, yule log

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