Tag: USPTO

RAISED RIGHT Trademark Blocks BRASSTOWN BEEF Logo

Note: The following post is authored by guest blogger Anne Glazer. The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”) recently affirmed a USPTO refusal to register the following mark for use with beef: The TTAB said the BRASSTOWN BEEF logo is likely to cause confusion in relation to the word mark RAISED RIGHT, which was already … Continue Reading

Energy Drinks and Nutrition Bars too Related to Avoid Consumer Confusion

By Guest Blogger Michael Mangelson This post also appears on the Essential Nutrition Law Blog The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) recently issued a decision that highlights the importance of not assuming that goods that fall in different international trademark classes are unrelated in a likelihood of confusion analysis. In In re Spirits of … Continue Reading
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