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December 2007

The TTABlog: TTAB Affirms 2(e)(3) Refusal of "FRENCH & FLIRTY" as Primarily Geographically Deceptively Misdescriptive of Lingerie

" Applicant Vanity Fair argued that "French" is here used euphemistically to mean "sexy," and it submitted a Wikipedia definition that defines the word "french" as "stinky, over-stated or rated, as well as those things that are illegal, immoral or just generally undesirable." Quand on lit ça (surtout ce qui suit la première virgule...), on ne peut que s'interroger -comme John Welch- sur la fiabilité de Wikipédia pour établir objectivement des faits.

Southeast Texas Record | Legally Speaking: Santa Claus is coming to town, and he's bringing a lawyer

"It all began back in 2000, when a British company called Father Christmas applied to the USPTO for trademark protection for the name "Santa Claus" for use of its Web site, "

The TTABlog: USPTO Issues Annual Report for Fiscal 2007

"the USPTO issued its annual report on November 15, 2007"

March 2007

Open Call From the Patent Office -

The government is about to start opening up the process of reviewing patents to the modern font of wisdom: the Internet.

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