Can one desire too much of a good thing? Since I received command to do this business I have not slept one wink. If you asked it of me, I could a tale unfold . . .
No copyright notice ≠ no copyright
Zaentz’s lawyers have sought to trademark THE HOBBIT for virtually every category of international goods
The great land grab of 1849 is nothing compared to the hordes of cybersquatters, trademark vultures, and depraved word haters who are systematically making it harder for people to express themselves
While coffee has frequently borne the brunt of various misguided souls' animosity based on unsupported claims that it is detrimental to one's health, it has gotten an approving nod as the world's most popular stimulant from prince and pauper, beggarman and thief -- all of whom blearily queue up at Starbucks for their morning jolt.
. . . of late the PTO has been turning away dot-com trademark applications like unwanted junk mail . . .
Despite her purported admiration for the online Lexicon, when RDR Books proposed to publish a print version, Rowling filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York District Court seeking to enjoin the publication.