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According to Gawker.com, Charlie Sheen is attempting to copyright his various catchphrases, including the phrase "Tiger Blood." However, Sheen's a little late to the game as evidenced by a recent filing from Zing Brothers, LLC, owner of the mark "TIGERS BLOOD," which is used in connection with soft drink syrups, nutritional supplements and energy drinks.
On March 29, Zing Brothers filed a trademark infringement action against Margaritaville, LLC and Harcos, LLC, accusing the defendants of selling energy drinks under the mark "TIGER BLOOD." Click here to read the full blog post and the complaint on the Copyright and Trademark Law Blog.