Trademarkology: The Law of the Brand

Trademarkology: The Law of the Brand

Tag Archives: NHL

The Golden Knights are one step closer to securing the Stanley Cup and Federal Trademark Registration

Posted in Infringement, Trademarks, Uncategorized
This hockey season, the Las Vegas Golden Knights have been fighting to establish their name in the National Hockey League . . . and with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). If you have no idea what I’m talking about, check out my post from January about “The Fight Over the “Golden Knights.”… Continue Reading

The Fight Over the “Golden Knights”

Posted in Brands, Trademarks
Since becoming a Nashvillian a little over a year ago, I’ve fallen in love with a new sport: hockey. Hockey fever is infectious and its contraction was almost unavoidable as the Nashville Predators made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Final for the 2016-2017 season. This year, there is a new team that… Continue Reading

NHL Team Trademark Gets Iced

Posted in Trademarks
The National Hockey League is adding a new expansion team in Las Vegas that will play its home games in the impressive new T-Mobile Arena located on the strip.  The new team is scheduled to start playing in the 2017-2018 NHL season.  So, this new team will need a new team name and—you guessed it—trademarks!… Continue Reading

Brands We Love: Nashville Predators

Posted in Brands, Trademarks
Call me a homer, but I love the Nashville Predators brand. Can there be a better mascot for a NHL hockey team than a saber-toothed tiger? According to Trademarkology staff paleontologist, Dr. Wik I. Pedia, saber-toothed tigers (or more properly, “saber-toothed cats”) could weigh almost 900 pounds and reach a height of 47 inches at the shoulder. Imagine being… Continue Reading