Posts tagged Consumer Products
Philadelphia Bar, The Jacks NYB, Seeks Play Gloria! Trademark Rights

A Philadelphia bar is seeking to trademark ‘PLAY GLORIA’ and use it in connection with the sale of apparel and merchandise emblazoned with the mark, claiming first use and creation of the connection of use with the mark in support of the St. Louis Blues hockey team that used Laura Branigan’s 1982 song “Gloria” throughout their Stanley Cup championship series.

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Federal Court Rules Amazon Can Be Held Liable for Third Party Sellers’ Products

A federal court passed down a blockbuster ruling, holding that e-commerce giant Amazon can be held liable for third party sellers’ products, effectively allowing Amazon to be held liable for defective products sold by third party vendors via the Amazon marketplace.

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Texas Justice — Legal consequences for licking a container of Blue Bell ice cream (before it’s purchased!)

A video of someone licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream and returning it to a store shelf soon went viral. Beware the legal consequences of intentionally tampering with a consumer product, knowing that the consumer product will be offered for sale to the public or as a gift to another.

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A Counterfeit Christmas: How to Protect Your Business and Your Wallet from Counterfeiters

A counterfeit Christmas? Silver bells-This stuff smells-I just bought a fake! Protect your business & wallet from counterfeit products. Blog authored by Klemchuk LLP, a brand enforcement law firm.

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