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NBA superstar LeBron “King” James has begun the process of trademarking the catch phrase “Taco Tuesday,” due to the popularity of his social media videos where he regularly announces, “It’s Taco Tuesday!” to his followers. But now a company named Taco Tuesday, Inc, has filed a letter of protest against the athlete.
ANALYSIS: To the surprise of some, the revered cosmetics brand is not Black-owned, as it turns out, but now a trademark opposition motion its parent company is making shows how it is muscling true Black businesses
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Cardi B has officially filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, via her company Washpoppin, Inc.to secure “okurr.”
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Jay-Z won his legal battle to diversify a “too white” arbitration panel, which will now have six Black candidates to examine his trademark case.
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Legal and influencer marketing experts share how to fight culture vultures who are stealing Black folk’s like Alfonso Ribeiro intellectual property.
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The 26-year-old founder of the Black Vogue brand, who was featured in ‘Teen Vogue’ is now being sued by the brand for trademark violation
Eric Garner’s last words have become the slogan of a new movement. “I can’t breathe” is now everywhere. It’s a […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Patent Office ruled Wednesday that the Washington Redskins nickname is “disparaging of Native Americans” and that the team’s federal trademarks for the name must be canceled…
theGRIO REPORT – Ludacris is often associated with his album and record label name Disturbing Tha Peace. The rapper is now taking a couple from Texas to court for their alleged illegal use of the term…
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SANFORD, Fla. (AP) – The mother of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has filed papers seeking to trademark two slogans based on his name….
The Carters applied on January 26th to trademark their daughters name. They did this with the intention of creating a line of baby carriages and products in the future…
O.B. Nizam, an Altanta based hair care business owner, is in a trademark battle over the name of his product line “Embodi.” Walmart has filed to have Nizam’s trademark canceled…