Hasbro Trademarks Play-Doh's 'Sweet, Slightly Musky' ScentAccording to Play-Doh's website, over 950 million pounds of dough have been played with since the scented icon went into production in 1956.
Band Set To Argue Before Supreme Court To Trademark Their 'Offensive' NameSimon Tam, from the band, The Slants, makes his case their right to trademark the band's name, despite being denied by the federal government.
Trademarking A PhraseYou want an ice bucket challenge? Try trademarking the phrase “ice bucket challenge”.
New Jersey Turnpike Sues Florida Pizza Shop Over LogoThe New Jersey Turnpike Authority wants a Florida pizza shop to pay a big toll for using a logo similar to the Garden State Parkway's green and yellow signs.
Keidel: Hail On The RedskinsUncle Sam dipped his beak in the NFL waters this week, making a statement about football's most controversial franchise
Stigall On Canceling Of Redskins' Trademark: 'Obama's Gotten His Way Without Injecting Himself Directly'Chris Stigall responded to a U.S. Patent Office ruling canceling the Washington Redskins trademarks on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Hold The Cheese: Europe Wants To Ban Certain Cheese Names From Use On U.S.-made ProductsWould Parmesan by any other name be as tasty atop your pasta? A ripening trade battle might put that to the test.
Trademarking A ScentParis Hilton and her perfume maker slapped competitor, International Perfume Palace Inc., with a lawsuit for violating their trademark. But can you patent or trademark a scent?