Ohio Man Applies for CORONAVIRUS as a Trademark for a Metal Band

Ohio Man Applies for CORONAVIRUS as a Trademark for a Metal Band On February 9th, Ohio college student Harley Ganiere applied for the trademark "Coronavirus" to use as a metal band name. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak that is still only beginning, Ganiere was one of the first of many to begin registering trademarks related to [...]

Coronavirus Trademarks Popular Amid Outbreak

COVID-19 Outbreak Leads to Flurry of Coronavirus Trademark Applications Amidst the current COVID-19 outbreak, many people are submitting Coronavirus related trademark applications. Since January 27th, applicants submitted about 30 applications containing the word "Corona" that are unrelated to the beer brand.  During this timespan, a variety of Coronavirus trademarks have emerged, including uses for [...]

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Christmas Trademarks

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from EsquireTrademarks.com! Christmas Trademarks It’s the most wonderful time of the year!  There are numerous retailers, activities, and events that help us celebrate the holiday season.  We’ve already discussed our favorite Halloween and Thanksgiving Trademarks,  so now we are featuring our favorite Christmas trademarks [...]

TACO TUESDAY Trademark Application

Lebron James Files TACO TUESDAY Trademark Application - USPTO Denies  LBJ Trademarks LLC, on behalf of Lebron James, filed a TACO TUESDAY trademark application to register the phrase with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. About the Trademark Application  The trademark application was filed on August 15, 2019. However, the [...]

By |2019-12-09T23:32:15+00:00December 9th, 2019|pop|0 Comments

JORDAN JOHNSON Trademark Application

JORDAN JOHNSON Trademark Application Jordan Johnson of Philadelphia, applied to register JORDAN JOHNSON as a trademark on August 7, 2019. About the JORDAN JOHNSON Trademark Application  The trademark application will be registered for use in Restaurant Services Restaurant services; Restaurant services featuring sandwiches; Restaurant services featuring specialty cuisine; Restaurant services featuring southern [...]

By |2019-12-09T23:31:21+00:00December 9th, 2019|pop|0 Comments

DIETZ NUTS Trademark Application

DIETZ NUTS Trademark Application Filed  Dietz and Watson Corporation has filed a DIETZ NUTS trademark application to register the mark for use with packaged small bite-sized pieces of meat. About the Trademark Application  Philadelphia-based meats and cheese manufacturer Dietz & Watson recently launched their new product, DIETZ NUTS, described as [...]

By |2019-12-09T23:30:25+00:00December 9th, 2019|pop|0 Comments

RISE AND SHINE Trademark Application

Kylie Jenner, Inc. files a trademark application to register RISE AND SHINE.  Recent footage of Kylie Jenner singing the phrase “Rise and Shine” to her daughter went viral in October 2019. Since the video was leaked, “Rise and Shine” has been used in countless memes on social media and has even appeared on apparel [...]

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Popular Halloween Candy Trademarks

Popular Halloween Candy Trademarks Celebrate Halloween with Esquiretrademarks.com by honoring popular Halloween Brands! These are some of the most popular Halloween candy trademarks associated with Halloween candies. Some of your favorite candies surrounding the holiday have registered trademarks with the USPTO. Brach’s® Candy Corn BRACH’S - [...]

PHILLY’S OLDEST BAR Trademark Registration

PHILLY'S OLDEST BAR Trademark Registration The City of Philadelphia is home to many historically significant landmarks such as the Liberty Bell, the Declaration of Independence, and Love Park. Among the nationally recognized pieces of history is McGillin’s Olde Ale House, now officially registered with the USPTO as PHILLY'S OLDEST BAR. Philadelphia Trademark Attorney and Founder [...]

Philadelphia Trademark Attorney Charles Riddle Speaks at Delaware County Community College

Philadelphia Trademark Attorney Charles Riddle Speaks at Delaware County Community College Panel Discussion The Intersection of Art and Law in the Digital Age On April 30, 2019, Attorney Charles Riddle spoke as a panelist at Delaware County Community College (DCCC) on the topic entitled: The Intersection of Art [...]