In the trademark opposition case, Halo Trademarks Limited v. Halo 2 Cloud LLC,
Trademark imagethe Opposer opposed the intent to use application of Applicant’s mark HALO  for handbags, briefcases,  electric adapters and a wide variety of other business accessories on the ground of likelihood of confusion under Section 2(d) of the Trademark Act.  As the basis

A commonplace practice of medical patients is growing in popularity with the trademark departments of companies throughout the United States — the legal second opinion.

With companies demanding more from outside trademark law firms, second legal opinions simply make sense.  It has been estimated that approximately 40% of companies switch law firms each year, with

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What’s in a name?  In the case of two publicly-known personalities and merchandisers, it could mean millions of dollars.

Kylie Minogue, singer and actress, has filed a notice of opposition with the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board against Kylie Jenner’s application for registration of the mark KYLIE for a wide variety of goods and

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In a recent case before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the TTAB provided useful guidance regarding the burden of proof that parties must meet in trademark opposition proceedings.

In Brick Bodies Fitness Services, Inc v. BRIK Fitness Solutions LLC, the Board held that the mark BRIK FITNESS and Design was likely to cause

Managing a trademark portfolio continues to present unique and often complex challenges for inhouse counsel and trademark administrators.  Professional organizations such as the International Trademark Association (INTA) and Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) provide excellent networking opportunities and educational materials for in-house personnel to share best practices to help make their jobs easier.  In addition,

In a decision with wide-ranging implications to trademark owners everywhere, the U.S. Supreme Court has just ruled that in certain cases, brand owners may be precluded from bringing claims or defenses based on trademark infringement in U.S. District Court if the issue of likelihood of confusion was previously adjudicated in a trademark opposition proceeding before

Each year, companies spend millions of dollars to protect their valuable brand names from competitors.  While a majority of such enforcement efforts take place online and in federal courts, one of the most effective tools for trademark enforcement resides within the confines of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: the trademark opposition.

Trademark Opposition Basics