I can’t blog about everything I ought to blog about, but I try to keep people who follow LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® via @likely2confuse – or, if you must, the somewhat less focused personal meanderings of @roncoleman — aware of what is going on, topically, when I can, if I can, and even sometimes when I should not.
Here’s what you may have missed, if you don’t follow one or both of those feeds, or even if you do. Or even if you didn’t, here’s some of what I’ve tweeted, on topic, since the last time I rounded up the tweets (which was a long time ago). In no particular order (for these are the timeless ones):
The law of trade dress generally parallels trademark law except when it comes to product configurations. — McGarry Bair PC (@McGarryBair) August 1, 2013
Coach contributory #trademark liability claim vs. flea market upheld by 6th Cir. http://t.co/mtxLFOQL5spple and Amazon Dismiss Claims Over ‘App Store’ Trademark http://t.co/Gpx5No7to0 — Kenneth Suzan (@ksuzan) July 25, 2013
That’s what I’ve got for you, for now.