Looking for Uni Watch’s take on the Hornets’ new uniforms? Look here.
Meanwhile: As you’ve probably heard by now, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled against the ’Skins yesterday, canceling the team’s trademarks on the grounds that the team name is disparaging to Native Americans and is therefore ineligible for trademark protection.
Lots . . . → Read More: A Closer Look at Yesterdayâ€™s â€™Skins Ruling
I was recently contacted by a representative of attorney James McCarthy, who’s a partner at the intellectual property law firm McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff. McCarthy was described to me as “a sports-loving lawyer” who had previously written about sports branding, and who could therefore help sort out some of the issues regarding the . . . → Read More: Sorting Out the Redskinsâ€™ Trademark Issues
During the Stars’ home opener, there were several kids in attendance wearing what appeared to be youth league hockey jerseys with a “D-Star” logo. They were shown several times on TV and also ended up in several wire photos.
“I designed that logo,” says reader Matthew Duke. “Seeing it on those jerseys comes as . . . → Read More: A Case of Logo Theft
[Editor’s Note: I recently received an e-mail from a reader who provided some fascinating information on the history of Marquette’s mascot ”” a history I knew nothing about. I asked the reader if I could run his e-mail as a guest-written entry. He said sure, as long as I didn’t divulge his identity, a . . . → Read More: Is That a Tomahawk in Your Pocket, or Are You Just Glad to See Me?