Hyro-gliff is a company associated with Charlie Sheen that filed dozens of trademarks applications last year when he making lots of news related to his contract dispute with CBS. As of last week, more than half of the 34 trademark applications filed by Hyro-Gliff have been abandoned. The USPTO filing fees of the 19 abandoned applications was at least $5,225. The attorney fees were likely much greater.
Much news was made at the time about the trademarks filed by Sheen’s company and by others seeking to cash in on his catchphrases such as “Winning” and “Tiger’s Blood.”
Sheen’s company still has some applications that are active. Although many of them have been refused and only a few have thus far been given preliminary approval.