The makers of Popsicles don't want People's Pops using their word.
The latest in the case of Chow versus Chau.
Philippe Chow's partner addresses the lawsuit that rival Mr. Chow has leveled against his restaurant.
Did Philippe Chow try to pass himself off as Mr. Chow's mastermind when he was really just a vegetable chopper?
Gucci wants all of the potentially infringing Guess? products destroyed.
So if you wanted one of those "I DIE. BANANAS." T-shirts, you can't have one now.
His resort collection was inspired by Tony Duquette, but the Duquette brand thinks he took it a little too far.
Phat Fashions sued the lingerie giant in March since the logo for Victoria's Secret's Pink line was too close to theirs for comfort.
Pepe Jeans filed a trademark-infringement case against the rapper.
His "I will not lose" tagline was trademarked by a company that now fears its goods look like Rocawear knockoffs.
Also, Arlenis Sosa is the new face of Lancôme, and Adidas and Wal-Mart settle their logo fight.
Sony BMG used Louis Vuitton's trademark pattern in videos and on CDs by Spears, Da Brat, and Ruben Studdard, and now they have to pay!