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Jager Fears the Deer: Brand Refresh Turns Into Battle

Posted in Almost Advice, Branding, Famous Marks, Trademarks, TTAB

The word “Jägermeister” conjures up memories (or maybe lapses in memory) for many.  I have only had the German liqueur in the beautiful blue-collar town of Milwaukee, WI – home of my college alma mater.  While you would never catch me ordering the liqueur, I was fascinated by the cool and well-lit dispensing machine behind… Continue Reading

SKEE THE PEOPLE: Bar games, brewskies, and trademark disputes

Posted in Genericide, Social Media, Trademark Bullying, Trademarks, TTAB, USPTO

In addition of course to good beer and good friends, a good bar for me is defined by a good game: photo hunt (the NSFW version) and foosball at Murphy’s, bar olympics at Steny’s (where I dominated at the tricycle races), volleyball at Fat Daddy’s, bocce ball in the basement of Half Time Rec, lawn… Continue Reading