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Ohio State University Has a Taste for Poultry in Trademark Dispute, Claims “O-H-I-O” Is Going to the Birds

Trademarks once again prove the great unifier between chicken and athletics. Last August, it brought together Bo Jackson and Chick-fil-A . Now, football powerhouse Ohio State University has its trademark sights set on poultry manufacturer, Park Farms. Yesterday, Ohio State filed a trademark complaint...

UMass’ Sovereign Immunity / Subject Matter Jurisdiction Argument Fails in RNA Patent Dispute with University of Utah

University of Utah Requests Order Requiring Correction of Inventorship Last week, the District of Massachusetts rejected a motion to dismiss the University of Utah's (UUtah) RNA patent complaint against state officials at the University of Massachusetts (UMass) and other research institutes...

Infringing a 4000 Pound Trademark: Bentley Motors Sues Manufacturer of Car Body Kits

On the low range, a new Bentley will cost you nearly $200,000. It's a hefty sum, and for Bentley fans who don't have that kind of money, the alternatives are few. Beyond draining your daughter's college fund or pretending your Ford Focus is actually a Continental GT V8, you might consider...

An Unpleasant Coincidence: Cheese & Underwear at the Center of Two New Trademark Battles

Some things just don't go together, and it goes without saying that two of those things are cheese and underwear. This is a safe bet. However, the two recently came together in the trademark world; that is, cheese and underwear connected like two planets aligning only once every millennium. Last...