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Which Trademarks Help Boost Your Immunity Against Disease?

Are you a tomato or a hamburger? It has long been known that you are what you eat and that our bodies contain similar nutrients to the products that we consume. And, nutrition has long been closely linked to immunity. People who are more poorly nourished are at a greater risk of …

7 Important Vaccines And Their Trademarks

It is not often all countries of the world are united in wanting the same thing, but all highly anticipate a vaccine for COVID-19. And finally, in mid-July 2020, we had some good news.   Results from a team at the University of Oxford show that its vaccine – co-developed with the…

How Trademark Attorneys Can “Name-Check” Themselves

Did you know that you may have been catfished? According to Oxford Languages the definition of the verb to catfish is “to lure (someone) into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona”. The act of catfishing is commonly associated with social media profiles, such as F…

A Question Of Faith

On the issue of bad faith trademarks in the European Union, Advocate-General Sharpston, in her Opinion in Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngl v OHIM  stated:

Nostalgic Trademarks

English writer, A. A. Gill described nostalgia as "the warm, crumbly, honey-coloured, collective 'yesterday' with its fond belief that everything was better back then…". Nostalgia tugs at our soul, tearing us away from the frantic present and uncertain tomorrow and gently guiding…

Valentine's Day - 3 Alternatives And Their Trademarks

A day of romance, February 14th marks a day of celebration of St. Valentine's Day around the world. Yet its origins are a bit of a mystery. The Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus and they were all martyred, having met untimely…

What Do The Top 200 USPTO Representatives Have In Common?

The United States does everything on a grand scale. From its legendary Cadillacs and Dodges to Superstores, America understands that more is more. If you want to grow your brand, the US market represents the gold standard in commercial ambition. That is why domestic and internati…