Yesterday, Bill mentioned that LG recently filed a bunch of hair-related trademarks for use with mobile phones and computers. Today, we bring you the definitive rankings of the hairstyles LG intends to use as trademarks. 4. The Beehive Resident Trust Tree expert, Dr. Wik I. Pedia, describes the beehive as “a woman’s hairstyle in which long hair is piled up in a conical shape on the top of the head and slightly backwards pointing, giving some resemblance to the shape of a traditional beehive.” It was developed in 1960 by National Coiffure Champion Margaret Vinci Heldt and made famous by Audrey Hepburn, who […]Read More
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The Daily Mail is reporting that Donald Trump has asserted trademark rights in the phrase “Make America Great Again” against fellow Republican Ted Cruz. According to the article, Cruz has agreed to not use the phrase. Trump told the Daily Mail that slogan “is my whole theme.” But here’s the thing: Trump does not have a registered trademark for the phrase. You do not have to be using a trademark to apply for registration. The USPTO allows you to file an “intent-to-use” application. The application is essentailly reviewed like any other application. Once the application is allowed, however, you have six months to […]Read More