No, it’s not quite October 31st — that scary, creepy night when you’re so afraid of what’s out there that, if you’re LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION®, you close all the blinds … lock the door… and stay out of the house and somewhere absolutely else until at least 10:00 PM.
But yes, it is time — well past time, in fact — for that semi-occasional roundup of recent topical tweets via the official LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® Twitter account, @likely2confuse. Which, if you’re on Twitter but you’re not following, you’re simply just not serious about this.
Oh, and also: It is time for candy!
OK, yeah; it’s always time for candy. So let’s go to the tweets:
RT @ProofofUse: @mhintzesq photo in the article shows use of the actual NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway signs pic.twitter.com/AjWmTZREKE
— Likelihood TM Blog (@likely2confuse) August 11, 2014
Stand up for … Bob Marley’s #IP rights? MARLEY COFFEE pic.twitter.com/W72GFs0h5r — Likelihood TM Blog (@likely2confuse) August 13, 2014
Motion Practice In Inter Partes Review http://t.co/0x7kmqFRnD | by @bakerbotts
— IP Law Updates (@IPLawAlerts) August 20, 2014
“Who Owns Blue? An Examination Of The Functionality Doctrine in University Sports Colors” http://t.co/aGkyrBumvu #trademarks via @TTABlog — Likelihood TM Blog (@likely2confuse) September 12, 2014
For #TrademarkLaw geeks and practitioners, @uspto has a released an exam guide on service mark specimens: http://t.co/0LhdzaUOYn — Joshua S. Jarvis (@JSJEsq) September 15, 2014
RT @oherzfeld: Silly can be stylish: Tony the Tiger & Corn Flakes bags hit London Fashion Week http://t.co/cVFhQfSblX pic.twitter.com/xPxoIbY1Jv — Likelihood TM Blog (@likely2confuse) September 16, 2014
Precedential No. 37: TTAB Affirms Rejection of Web Page Specimen for Computer Services http://t.co/XoYpNJmLQF — TTABlog (@TTABlog) September 18, 2014
Darth Vader’s voice has a #trademark registration (US Reg No 3618322). Well I’ll be. http://t.co/wal31uwTe0 — Ashley K. Long (@ashklong) October 7, 2014
Important initiative from the @copyrightoffice: a study examining the possibility of creating a #copyright Small Claims system #CAIP Section — Sophie C (@Sophie_Cohen) October 8, 2014
RT @dkluft: No, it’s not copyright infringement when discipline authorities copy your blog http://t.co/Y0LF819oBx via @VolokhC — Likelihood TM Blog (@likely2confuse) October 15, 2014
Yes, I know what you’re thinking! Who needs candy or costumes when you can get such neat, sweet tweets free? You are! You are thinking that!
Originally posted 2014-10-20 19:25:27. Republished by Blog Post Promoter