Trademark Bully Proctor & Gamble May Have Met Its Match

Its happening all over the country. Large companies are sending cease and desist letters to small new entrepreneurs claiming that their product or service violates the big company’s well-established trademark. Currently I am dealing with 600 such claims brought across the country by one of the largest digital image warehouses in the world. It has […]

Copyright Law Litigation

Toilet Paper Case Shows How Crappy Litigation Can Be

Ever notice those little diamond shapes on Quilted Northern toilet paper made by Georgia Pacific? No? OK, well, neither did I, but GP noticed the same design on Scott and Cottonelle products (made by Kimberly Clark, its biggest competitor), so it sued alleging that the “quilted diamond design” on Kimberly-Clark’s products violated its trademark and […]