Over the years, we’ve written much about trademark bullying. When the mantle fits, and when it doesn’t. When a brand has a realistic view of its rights, and when the claimed scope is bloated.

We’ve never before written about “Ruby Tuesday,” neither the Rolling Stones’ song nor the struggling restaurant chain

As Chick-fil-A enters the Twin Cities market, it has begun another creative billboard campaign touting the “End of Burgerz — Koming Soon,” with no sign of the “Eat Mor Chikin” campaign, as of yet anyway. Bo Muller-Moore of Vermont — owner of the “Eat More Kale” trademark — probably would prefer that the

Brent Carlson-Lee, President, Open Door Foods

If you’re anything like me, you occasionally muse about being a celebrity.

If I were a movie star, I’d gladly sign autographs – even while at a restaurant with my family.

If I were the author of the hottest business book on the New York Times Best