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Category: Licensing

Owners Of “California Chrome” Prepare To Capitalize On Intellectual Property Rights

No doubt seeking to capitalize on California Chrome’s newfound fame and success, the owners have taken steps to protect their intellectual property rights by filing a U.S. trademark application for “CALIFORNIA CHROME” for “athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms.” In the event that California Chrome wins the Triple Crown, there will likely be countless opportuniti

Fifty Shades Of Wine? Merchandise Licensing Strategies For Book Brands

Authors considering a merchandising program should be aware that a single book title cannot be registered as a trademark. See, Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure § 1202.08. Only the name of a series of books may be registrable if it serves to identify and distinguish the source of the goods. Authors seeking to develop a merchandising program based on their books should ensure that the intended trademark does

Reminder: Grimes LLC To Host INTA Roundtable On Social Media In Norwalk, Connecticut on October 23

Grimes LLC will be hosting an International Trademark Association (INTA) roundtable on October 23, 2013. The topic is: “Whose Content is it Anyway? IP Issues in Social Media”. The INTA roundtable will cover a variety of relevant topics, such as using social media in business, ownership of content, spotting risks and threats to intellectual property rights, addressing and mitigating such risks and threats and devel

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