trademark law

Warner Bros., Trademark Lawyers Target “Golden Ticket” Beer Brand

March 24, 2017 This month, “Willy Wonka” filmmaker Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (“Warner Bros.”) formally opposed Georgia-based South Sky Brewing Company’s (“Southern Sky”) federal trademark application for its “Golden Ticket” branded beer, reinforcing the importance of consulting with an experienced trademark lawyer before using or registering a new beer brand name. How can a craft …

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Webster Hall Brand Name Dispute, and the Importance of a Trademark Lawyer

March 10, 2017 This Tuesday, Webster Hall Entertainment Corp. (“Webster Hall Entertainment”), owner of the well-known Webster Hall nightclub and concert venue in New York City, sued its landlord of 25 years in connection with the parties’ ongoing trademark dispute, reinforcing the importance of consulting an experienced trademark lawyer when registering, selling or enforcing a …

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