Cardi B, the Grammy award winner for Best Rap Album of the Year, has filed the paperwork with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a trademark over her viral catchphrase, ‘Okurrr.’ The 26-year-old female rapper has taken over the rap world and pop culture scene along with her signature phrase, which has even made appearances in this year’s Pepsi Super Bowl ad.
After weeks of king cakes, beads, and parades, Lent has arrived. Unfortunately, this means that the Mardi Gras festivities have come to a close. However, the lawsuit filed between two local New Orleans businesses in the weeks leading up to Fat Tuesday is just getting started. For many, beer is an essential part of the celebration, and the two Bourbon Street businesses have entered a legal battle involving trademarks over the beverage. “Huge Ass Beers” has filed suit against its competitor, “Giant Ass Beer,” claiming an alleged trademark violation by using the term giant, a synonym for their trademarked word— huge.
In the beauty and skin care industry, there is one trend more popular than matte lipsticks, blinding highlighter, and #selfcare combined. This is duping. For those of you who do not watch Jeffree Star videos religiously, duping is when cheaper products are created to be comparable to higher quality and more expensive products.
AdamsIP, LLC is pleased to announce J. Hunter Adams was recently named one of Super Lawyers’ “Mid-South Rising Stars” in Intellectual Property.
AdamsIP, LLC is pleased to announce that the United States Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has denied AgriNomix, LLC’s request for inter partes review (IPR) of claims 1-13 of Mitchell Ellis Products Inc.’s U.S. Patent 8,590,583 (‘583 Patent). AdamsIP represented Mitchell Ellis Products, Inc., the Patent Owner, in the matter.