Tag Archives: Trademark infringement

Heirs of Evel Knievel Clearly Do Not Have a Friend in Disney



Heirs of Evel Knievel Clearly Do Not Have a Friend in DisneyIn this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law BlogScott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a dispute between the heirs of Evel Knievel and Disney, over claims of similarities between the late daredevil and the “Toy Story 4” character Duke Caboom.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube channel, here.


Hermès Attempts to Bag Digital Creator Selling MetaBirkin NFTs



Hermes Attempts to Bag Digital Creator Selling MetaBirkin NFTsIn this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law BlogScott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a Trademark dispute between luxury retailer Hermès and a digital artist over his creation of Birkin Bag NFTs.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube channel, here.

 


Sponsored Post Lands Beauty Influencer in Trademark Infringement Lawsuit



Sponsored Post Lands Beauty Influencer in Trademark Infringement LawsuitIn this episode of The Briefing from by IP Law BlogScott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a trademark infringement lawsuit that was filed against a beauty influencer for a sponsored post she shared on social media.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube channel, here.


Lord of The Rings Author’s Estate Clings to its Precious Trademark, Blocking JRR Token



In this episode of The Briefing from the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a trademark dispute between the Lord of The Rings Author’s Estate and the Cryptocurrency JRR Token.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub Youtube Channel, here.


Keeping an Eye on Warby Parker Adwords Trademark Infringement Lawsuit



Keeping an Eye on Warby Parker Adwords Trademark Infringement LawsuitThis week on the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by 1-800 Contacts that accuses Warby Parker of buying search-engine keywords for “1-800 Contacts” to misdirect customers to its competing online store.

Watch this episode on the Weintraub YouTube Channel, here.


Nike Threatens Fire & Brimstone Over Satanic Custom Shoe Makers



Graphic that reads: The Briefing The Ip Law Blog Nike Threatens Fire & Brimstone Over Satanic Custom Shoe MakerIn this week’s episode of The Briefing by The IP Law Blog, attorneys Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the trademark litigation between Nike and a custom shoe maker, MSCHF (pronounced “Mischief”). In Nike Inc. v MSCHF Product Studio, Inc. Nike sued MSCHF over unauthorized versions of the Nike Air Max 97 featuring satanic imagery. The shoes were tied into marketing by Rapper Lil Nas X, and all 666 pairs created by MSCHF were sold.

View the video recording of this episode on the Weintraub Tobin YouTube channel, here.


Trademark Infringement – Tiffany & Co. Versus Costco



Josh and Scott discuss the case where Tiffany & Co. sued Costco for selling other rings and using the word Tiffany on nearby signage to describe those rings, claiming trademark infringement and unfair business practices.