Gene Simmons Wants To Trademark 'Devil Horns' Hand GestureThe Kiss frontman claims he first made the gesture popular during the band's Hotter Than Hell tour in 1974.
Court Throws Out Lawsuit To Cancel Google's Trademark OwnershipA federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit that aimed to cancel Google's trademark by arguing that "google" is now synonymous with searching the internet.
Battle Brewing Over Las Vegas Raiders Trademark A handful of people paid up to $275 for the "Las Vegas Raiders" trademark when news of the team's potential move from Oakland surfaced in January 2016.
Raiders Apply For ‘Las Vegas Raiders’ TrademarkAs the Oakland Raiders consider a move to Nevada, the team has reportedly filed an application for the trademark “Las Vegas Raiders.”
Park Service Escalates Battle To Preserve Names Of Historic Yosemite SitesThe National Park Service has opened up a new front in the fight over the names of historic hotels and other beloved landmarks at Yosemite National Park.
Patent, Trademark Resource Center Opens In San Jose LibraryA new patent and trademark resource center in San Jose is making it easier for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to find information about how to protect their intellectual property.
Taylor Swift Wants to Trademark ‘1989’ & “Swiftmas’Taylor Swift‘s blockbuster album 1989 is her own commercial and intellectual property, but what about the year itself? 99.7 [NOW!] reports...
California Brewer Uses Slogan ‘Queen Of Beers’ But Budweiser 'King of Beers’ Isn't Having ItShe Beverage Co. of California, applied to register "The Queen of Beer" phrase with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Anheuser-Busch filed a notice of opposition Wednesday.
Apple Awarded Patent To Deliver Ads Based On How Much You Can AffordApple was awarded a patent Thursday for a system allowing it to deliver ads to customers based on the amount of money the company thinks you have in your bank account.
BART Battles Brewer In Trademark Dispute Over Beer Named 'B.A.R.T.'B.A.R.T. is facing a very unlikely opponent: a brewery in Nevada.
Oakland’s ‘Radical Brownies’ Troop To Change Name After Getting A Call From The Girl ScoutsThe “Radical Brownies,” a troop of Oakland girls focused on social justice issues, announced they would change their name following a notice from the Girl Scouts.
Lagunitas, Sierra Nevada Beer Makers Going To Court Over 'IPA' LetteringTwo Bay Area beer makers are going to court over how their brews are labeled.

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