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Letters of Protest: A Tool To Avoid The “Trademark Bully” Label

Posted in Letters of Protest, Section 2(d), Trademark, Trademark Bullying

Thanks to DuetsBlog for providing an update on the EAT MOR CHIKIN v. EAT MORE KALE dispute that was the subject of our prior post.  As we reported in December, the Trademark Office issued an office action on the pending trademark application for EAT MORE KALE for t-shirts, etc. and determined that “no similar registered or pending marks … would… Continue Reading