To the extent you’re also all about brands and trademarks, and you imagine a trademark story with each brand you might encounter, I suppose there are an infinite number of ways, right? One of the Peace Coffee shops in our office building offers K’UL chocolate, and the point of sale display caught my eye, so… Continue Reading
To assist in curbing the knock-off problem depicted above, Austrian-based Red Bull is on the move with its recent attempt to register — as a non-traditional trademark in the U.S. — the following design in connection with energy drinks, soft drinks, and sports drinks: Here is the description of the mark approved by the USPTO… Continue Reading
Welcome to another edition of AlphaWatch. In addition to the prominent use of capital letter G on the front of these energy drink cans, the last line on them reads: "IT’S GAZZU!! HEY, GIMME A G." I thought that Gatorade’s "What is G?" question already had been answered here?
The makers of Red Bull have taken on companies who are importing and distributing unauthorized gray market Red Bull Energy Drink products across the United States. The company brought a suit recently in New York alleging that the bootleg Red Bull Energy Drinks that were only authorized to be sold in other countries… Continue Reading