IP Update - February 2021 Edition
“But he who dares not grasp the thorn. Should never crave the rose.”
― Anne Bronte
Did you watch the Big Game? Kinda boring, wasn’t it? Even the commercials and halftime show seemed flat to me. Maybe it was the small COVID crowd or the fact that we were still under quarantine in California, but it just didn’t feel the same.
Likewise, the end of the College football season didn’t seem the same either. Other than Alabama winning the National Championship, of course. That seems the same virtually every year.
Luckily, there already has been plenty of exciting action in the world of trademark disputes.
Whether it’s world-famous singers being sued by small town amusement parks, racist brands being replaced by more generic substitutes, or the “grandaddy of them all,” the trademark battle over the right to use (and profit from) the ROSE BOWL trademarks, we’ve got it all in this month’s edition of IP Update.
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