Coachella Sues Urban Outfitters in Trademark Battle

Urban Outfitters has been hit with yet another trademark infringement lawsuit. This time it’s the popular Coachella music festival that’s demanding that the Philly clothier […]


Oregon’s Naked Wines Tells Local Brewer It Can’t Sell “Naked” Beer

Naked Wines is an Oregon winery with an unfortunate series of suggestive wine names, such as Penetration Cabernet Sauvignon, Oh! Orgasmic Barbera, Cougar Semi-Sparkling White, […]


AOL Fights Philadelphia Man Over Martini Lounge Radio Trademark

Havertown’s Tom Kelly thought he had all of his bases covered. The former General Manager of WHAT 1340-AM in Philadelphia had taken his Rat Pack-laced […]


Barcade Tells Des Moines Barcade to Stop Calling Itself a Barcade

On October 11th, a new bar opened in the East Village section of Des Moines, Iowa. The name of the bar is Up-Down, and the […]


Campo’s Loses Fight to Trademark “Philadelphia’s Cheesesteak”

Mike Campo who owns Campo’s cheesesteak shop on Market Street in Old City as well as satellite locations at the Wells Fargo Center, Citizens Bank […]