Trademark

  • Cardi B trademarks Okurr!!

    Cardi B is ready to make more money moves. The rapper, 26, filed paperwork with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to trademark her “Okurrr” catchphrase for “paper goods, namely paper cups and posters.” She also plans to the phrase on “clothing, namely, T-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, pants,...
  • Jay-Z does not think this will be a fair case…Here’s why

    Jay-Z’s in a righteous state of mind. The best-selling rapper and entrepreneur is suing to stop the American Arbitration Association from judging a trademark case, saying the panel is too lily-white to be fair. “The AAA’s lack of African-American arbitrators came as a surprise to , in part because...
  • Khloe Kardashian Applies to Trademark ‘KOKO Kollection’ Makeup

    Khloe Kardashian Applies to Trademark ‘KOKO Kollection’ Makeup Khloe Kardashian wants get in on what appears to be the new family business – AKA makeup … TMZ has learned. Khloe has applied to trademark a couple different names for a cosmetic line she presumably plans to sell soon –...
  • LaVar Ball Files Trademark Docs for ‘Junior Basketball Association’

    LaVar Ball was dead serious about starting his own semi-pro basketball league — and now he’s got the ball rolling when it comes to locking down the trademarks.  TMZ Sports has obtained documents showing LaVar (doing business as the Big Baller Brand) has filed applications with the U.S. Patent...
  • Kylie Jenner has just trademarked the most random name!

    We all remember the Kylie v Kylie feud of 2015 – seeing Kylie Jenner and Kylie Minogue engage in a trademark battle after the Keeping Up With The Kardashiansstar tried (unsuccessfully) to trademark the name they share. Due to her business venture, Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner is set to have a billion dollar...
  • Wrigley’s Gum is going after e-cig company with trademark lawsuit…liquid smokes looks like gum brand

    Wrigley is trying to take a bite out of an e-cig company for pushing liquid smokes that look an awful lot like the iconic chewing gum brands, according to a federal lawsuit. Chi-Town Vapers sells a yellow-labeled “Joosy Fruit Gum” and a green-clad “Dbl Mint E-Liquid” product that intentionally...
  • Supreme Court strikes down law blocking disparaging trademarks

    Washington (CNN)The Supreme Court struck down part of a federal law that denies trademark protection of terms that disparage living or dead. The ruling could benefit the NFL’s Washington Redskins, whose trademark was canceled based on the same law in a separate proceeding. “Holding that the registration of a...