Snap argues that the name "Spectacles" qualifies for protection because consumers have begun to associate the name with its product, but the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has consistently disagreed.
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Snap Takes Trademark Battle Over “Spectacles” to Federal Court
Posted in: Intellectual Property, Trademark Law
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Supreme Court Issues Key Trademark Decision, Expanding Scope of Eligibility
The Court determined that internet companies can trademark the combination of a generic word and ".com" if the combination has acquired a secondary meaning.
Posted in: Intellectual Property, Internet Law, Trademark Law
Tagged: intellectual property, internet, trademarks, US Supreme Court, USPTO