Auckland girl fights global media company over 'Slime Princess' trademark – Stuff.co.nz

Auckland girl fights global media company over ‘Slime Princess’ trademark – Stuff.co.nz
Stuff.co.nzAuckland girl fights global media company over ‘Slime Princess’ trademarkStuff.co.nzA 12-year-old Auckland girl is taking on a global media giant after her attempt to trademark “Slime Princess” hit opposition. Katharina Weischede, from Henderson in West Auckland, first began making slime as part of a school science fair. What started …Kiwi 12-year-old’s fight with Nickelodeon to be ‘Slime Princess’New Zealand Heraldall 4 news articles »
Auckland girl fights global media company over ‘Slime Princess’ trademark – Stuff.co.nz

Google Shortwave podcast discovery app revealed by trademark doc – SlashGear

Google Shortwave podcast discovery app revealed by trademark doc – SlashGear
SlashGearGoogle Shortwave podcast discovery app revealed by trademark docSlashGearGoogle’s experimental products workshop Area 120 may be working on a new project called Shortwave that helps users discover new podcasts. The app made an appearance in a recent trademark filing, and though it didn’t have many details, a Google …Google is developing an experimental podcast app called ShortwaveThe Vergeall 12 news articles »
Google Shortwave podcast discovery app revealed by trademark doc – SlashGear

Beyoncé Wins Big In Lawsuit Against Man Trying To Trademark "Poison Ivy Park" – HotNewHipHop

Beyoncé Wins Big In Lawsuit Against Man Trying To Trademark “Poison Ivy Park” – HotNewHipHop
HotNewHipHopBeyoncé Wins Big In Lawsuit Against Man Trying To Trademark “Poison Ivy Park”HotNewHipHopLast year, Beyoncé was involved in a legal battle against an L.A. company that was trying to trademark the name, “Poison Ivy Park.” The name was far too similar to Bey’s activewear brand “Ivy Park.” While she’s been duking it out in court over the past …and more »
Beyoncé Wins Big In Lawsuit Against Man Trying To Trademark “Poison Ivy Park” – HotNewHipHop