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The Trump campaign made more than $7 million already from merchandise featuring his Fulton County sheriff mug shot. It set a campaign record for bringing in more than $4 million in one day. But, technically, the sheriff's office might be legally entitled to that revenue.
3M will pay $6.01 billion to settle lawsuits brought about by U.S. military veterans and other service members who said they suffered hearing loss from using the company's earplugs. The suit, according to Reuters, became the largest mass tort litigation in U.S. history. 3M attempted to move the lawsuits into bankruptcy court to limit its…
A few days ago, we reported that Tesla was selling a cardboard litter box/cat bed that matched the angular shape of its yet-to-be-released Cybertruck. It turns out, the angles and shape might be coincidental, as a Taiwan-based pet company is claiming Tesla "borrowed" its existing design. https://twitter.com/Focus_Taiwan/status/1692111494476095748 According to Focus Taiwan, the Taiwan-based based Hulumao…
Tesla has already been selling very sleek Cybertruck promo beer in Europe. Now it is another step closer to selling alcoholic promotional products across the globe thanks to a trademark suit in China.
Elon Musk, always one to embrace the marketing side of business ownership, as evidenced by Tesla and SpaceX campaigns of the recent past, will surely want to advertise X, the new name for his Twitter. But, thanks to one major trademark hiccup, it might not be so easy. Microsoft owns the trademark for "X."
After almost 25 years of holding the trademark to "Taco Tuesday" in all states but New Jersey, Taco John's is relinquishing its grip on the phrase, allowing other restaurants and businesses to use the phrase. However, it's asking for a little something in return.
Trader Joe's United, the union representing Trader Joe's employees, has been selling merchandise like apparel, buttons, bags, and coffee mugs as a means of raising funds. However, the grocery store chain is now claiming that the union is infringing on its copyright by using certain imagery and markings on the products.
Nirvana LLC, alongside Live Nation Merchandise, have been selling T-shirts, hoodies and mugs with a design of "Upper Hell" from Dante's Inferno, as drawn by C.S. Scott-Giles. The artist's granddaughter claims that Nirvana illegally used and claimed ownership of the image.
Raising Cane's, a chain of chicken restaurants, partnered with rapper Post Malone for a line of collector's cups. Someone apparently stole 249 cups from the Galleria Mall in Houston — a total of $6,150 worth of cups