As we are about to enter the end of the year holiday season, we here at EIP wanted to take this Thanksgiving eve to look back and share some Thanksgiving-related patents and trademarks. As Thanksgiving is, by name, the time to count your blessings and reflect on what you’re grateful for, we are doing this special highlight to share our appreciation for how far IP has allowed the celebration of Thanksgiving to progress. Click on this article link to learn more.
Nintendo has filed recently filed about nine trademarks surrounding clothing and downloadable video games. While not much information besides the filing of the trademarks is known, this new development has fans speculating on what it means for Nintendo’s next big moves as well as whether this will have any implications on Nintendo’s presentation at E3 this year. Check out this blog for more info.
Classic rock band KISS may be retiring soon. A recent trademark filing for the word mark “THE END OF THE ROAD” has appeared in the USPTO database, causing speculation that the band may be giving a farewell tour very soon. Get an update here.
The 9th Circuit has ruled that the name of 20th Century Fox’s hit show “Empire” does not violate the trademark rights of record label Empire.