If you have heard of Penn State, you have probably heard the phrase “Happy Valley.” The school, the students, and the media regularly use “Happy Valley” in reference to the school and the surrounding community. The school considers the association so strong that Penn State recently applied to register HAPPY VALLEY as a trademark
The New Year will be ringing in a brand new trademark truncation, ironically caused by a recent expansion.
So, what can this latest trademark truncation represent?
Answer below the jump.
–Dan Kelly, Attorney
I think Steve once remarked something to the effect that the Internet is employment security for trademark attorneys. Road tripping is too. On one such recent occasion, my wife remarked on the similarity of Culver’s blue oval signage to Ford’s famous blue oval.
Obviously, there is no issue here from a trademark…