Three US Companies are Trying to Trademark the Term “Fake News”

It was in Donald Trump’s first press conference as President-elect in January 2017 that the term “fake news” grew as a mainstream term after Donald Trump pointed at a CNN news reporter and said “You are fake news!” in the… Continue Reading →

Top 10 US Patents Set to Lose Money in 2017

The following is a list of top 10 US patents which are set to lose money in 2017 and beyond due to the expiry of patent protection and the increase in competition posed by generic versions of the drugs.  Exactly… Continue Reading →

US Band The Slants’ Trade Mark Case at the US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court to hear a trade mark dispute concerning US dance-rock band The Slants.  The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) refused to register the band’s name as a trade mark on the basis that it was considered… Continue Reading →

Amazon files prepared food kits trade mark at IPO

Subscription schemes that take the hassle out of deciding what to cook on a week night have been booming in recent years – what began with simple veggie boxes has now moved on to ‘prepared food kits’, with companies like… Continue Reading →

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