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LittleBean.com A Portland Vegan Ice Cream Company has to rebrand to LittleChickpea.com because Gerber (a Nestle company) has a trademark for Lil’ Beanies. This is a discontinued product line. Willamette Week covered the story. From the story: “Our lawyers reached out to theirs and they said they had discontinued the line and had no intention […]
HeadlightsDepot.com put out a press release announcing they acquired Headlights.com and are pretty excited about it. They note they made numerous attempts to get the domain going back to 2010. Registered since 1998, the domain looked to be owned by Vertical Axis, parked at Uniregistry. Here is the full release: POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Nov. 20, […]
As most know Kate Buckley wrote an open letter concerning the threads on Namepros that questioned the validity of certain sales Kate brokered. Tonight Namepros posted their reply to Kate, they sent it to her personally and also decided to share with the community. Hi Kate, Excellent letter to the community! Well articulated and supported […]
Back in September LeBron James had his trademark request for “Taco Tuesday” denied. ESPN reported that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office refused the application filed by James’ company LBJ Trademarks, explaining that “Taco Tuesday” is “a commonplace term.” In my opinion he should have at least secured the TacoTuesday.com domain name. TacoTuesday.com has now […]
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