Trademarkology: The Law of the Brand

Trademarkology: The Law of the Brand

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Friendly Foes–Trademark Cease and Desist Letters Are Filled with Humor These Days

Posted in Brands, Copyright, Infringement, Trademarks
A familiar adage teaches that one catches more flies with honey than with vinegar. Without in any way implying that infringers are flies, we can apply this lesson to the trademark context. It seems that trademark attorneys enforcing their clients’ rights have really taken this wisdom to heart in recent years. With increasing frequency, trademark… Continue Reading

Build Your Brand With Unique Product Packaging

Posted in Trademarks
When most people think about trademarks, they think about names, slogans, and logos. Product packaging or “trade dress” can also be protected as trademarks as long as it identifies the source or quality of a product. I live in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the world’s most famous product configurations was developed nearby in Lynchburg,… Continue Reading