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  • Resquest for Reconsideration (Likelihood of Confusion – MOMMIE DOCTOR)

    A request that the Examining Attorney reconsider a final refusal. Here the mark MOMMIE DOCTOR was blocked by a registration for MOMMY DOCTOR, both for various medical related services. We successfully argued that both the words MOMMY and DOCTOR are diluted as relates to medicine for mothers or children, and therefore consumers are not likely to be confused by the concurrent registration of the two marks.
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  • Response To Office Action (Likelihood of Confusion – RED DEVIL CLOTHING)

    A response to an Examining Attorney’s initial refusal to register the mark RED DEVIL CLOTHING for clothing, in light of the existance of the mark LOS ANGELES RED DEVILS for clothing. We successfully argued that the marks have different connotations, and that consumers are not likely to be confused by their simultaneous registration. LOS ANGELES RED DEVILS connotes a particular basketball team of the 1940’s, and RED DEVILS is a common nickname in sports, whereas RED DEVIL CLOTHING carries no such meaning.
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  • Response To Office Action (Likelihood of Confusion – POWER DONUTS)

    A response to an Examining Attorney’s initial refusal to register the mark POWERDONUTS for donuts in light of the existance of the mark POWER MUFFINS for muffin mix. We successfully argued that POWER is diluted and descriptive in the field of baked goods, and that there are at least 45 other registrations containing POWER for those goods. Additionally, “POWER” combined with MUFFINS connotes a health food, but “POWER” combined with “DONUTS” does not, and therefore the marks have different connotations.
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  • En Banc Petition To The Federal Circuit (NASALOK Design Mark)

    A petition to the Federal Circuit for rehearing en banc. The underlying issues were highly technical questions of how closely two subjects must be related before the court will bar a subsequent lawsuit, and the relationship between trademark at common law, and the rights granted by a Federal Registration
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  • Motion for Summary Judgment (FROM THE GECKO)

    A motion for summary judgment in a case where we represent the Applicant/Defendant. In this case, the Opposer/Plaintiff claims that its mark is famous. In this motion, we ask the court to throw out that claim, and to find that the marks are not likely to cause confusion
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  • Notice of Opposition (CELEBSCALLU)

    A notice of opposition formally instituting an opposition case. Here, we represent the Opposer/Plaintiff, a business with the mark CELEBRITIESCALLYOU. We are asking the USPTO not to allow an application for the mark CELEBSCALLU to proceed to registration.
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Some of our Client’s Registered Trademarks