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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The Celebrity Photo Hack

Friday, September 5th, 2014  |   Copyright, Trademark  |  no responses

Over Labor Day Weekend 2014, hundreds of private pictures, many nude, of over 100 celebrities were released on the websites 4chan and Reddit. The pictures were apparently obtained via a hack of the Apple iCloud service, which allows users to backup data stored on their iPhones and other devices remotely. Cloud computing, which continues to […]

The Fight Over a Band Name – Stone Temple Pilots

Monday, July 8th, 2013  |   Corporations, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

The popular rock band Stone Temple Pilots has filed suit against their long time lead singer Scott Weiland for allegedly misappropriating the band’s name to further his own solo career.  According to the band’s complaint, the other members of Stone Temple Pilots were forced to expel Weiland from the band after he allegedly breached his […]

Marilyn Monroe losses major Rights of Publicity litigation

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012  |   Copyright, Corporations, Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Last month, the estate of Marilyn Monroe lost a major court case in front of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California in regards to the late actresses’ post-mortem rights as to her name, image, and likeness. As you may be aware, Marilyn Monroe is still extremely popular in modern culture and her estate […]

Atlanta vs. Pixar: Trademark Battle over “Brave”

Monday, June 25th, 2012  |   Corporations, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Pixar has recently released a new fantasy movie named “Brave.” Disney, who owns Pixar, is attempting to register a trademark in “Brave,” but is experiencing significant difficulty. First is the baseball team the Atlanta Braves. The Atlanta Braves currently do not have a trademark on the word Brave, that being the singular use of “Braves.” […]

Can I get sued for Blogging?

Friday, February 10th, 2012  |   Copyright, Corporations, Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

“Can I get sued for blogging?” is a question that sometimes comes up in our office, and we are always amazed at the wide variety of beliefs we encounter. The answer is absolutely YES. Let’s discuss a few ways you can get sued with our imaginary blogger named “Matt” who writes blogs about “Baseball.” 1. […]

Trademark Classifications

Thursday, January 19th, 2012  |   Corporations, Trademark  |  no responses

When a person comes into our office to register a trademark, one of the first things we always discuss is what area of the business world are they intending to enter or protect. Trademarks work on a system of classifications. For a detailed list, they can be found here. These classifications categorize what goods/services your […]

Why picking a good band name is important

Monday, January 16th, 2012  |   Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Recently it was announced that the pop-rock band Hanson, yes that Hanson of teeny bopper fame in the late 1990s, plans to get into the beer brewing business this year. The brothers intend to make an IPA beer named MMMMHop, bringing back fond memories of their hit tune linked above. While first, we must commend […]

Occupy Trademark

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012  |   Corporations, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Despite the anarchistic tendencies of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the heavy anti-capitalist and corporate principles in which the movement might believe, some members of the movement have nonetheless applied for Federal trademark protection, an enormously profit seeking capitalist venture. The big one, “Occupy Wall Street,” had an application filed by a group of […]

Can I trademark a sound?

Monday, January 9th, 2012  |   Corporations, Film/Television, Trademark  |  no responses

The answer is yes, but it is very difficult. According to the United States Patent and Trademark office (and stated very simplistically), a sound mark depends upon ‘the aural perception of the listener and the sound is so inherently different or distinctive that it attaches to the subliminal mind of the listener to be awakened […]

Who owns your Band?

Monday, December 26th, 2011  |   Copyright, Corporations, Music, Trademark  |  no responses

Whether you are from Florida, Tennessee, or typically elsewhere, the law will presume each member of your band is a “general partner” when no written contracts are signed between the members.  This means each member owns an equal portion of the band and has equal say in management decisions. This is important as some members […]