A look back through the ages at Trade Mark Filings and applications down through the ages from this date in history, today, Applications filed or made from 18 May 1956 to 2006: [Read more…]
There’s lots of reasons any company should consider registering a Trade Mark very early in their lifetime, here’s the main one… [Read more…]
So I was off on Friday and out of the office on Monday, which means 1,327 Community Trade Mark filings in the OHIM to catch up on, so let’s dive right in, shall we?
Where to begin, where to begin. Oh, I know, with this:
I love that this ‘Sorry Mom’ Trade Mark is registered in the category for Tatoos:
Look out Durex, there’s a new brand in town, and their tag line is ‘Don’t Open the Cage’ – Yes, it’s Crazy Monkey Condoms:
And as for Hollywood Condoms? Well they love performance apparently:
Some genius has registered this, but does that mean a return of the most amazing theme tune of all time, we’ll see:
Just when you thought starting words with the letter ‘i’ to be like iPod and iPad must have past its sell-by-date, comes iCoolness. Seriously:
Burgerkind have Registered ‘Whopper’…..for WINE! Yes, that’s correct friends, Burgerking Whopper Wine:
If you’re a smoker, good look trying to look cool ordering a pack of 10 of these:
Sat Yes to The Dress anybody?
And David Guetta’s ex missus Cathy has registered this for Ibiza:
Just two days before her sister died, Joan Collins was registering her name and signature for beauty products. Mad world.
Every day I check the OHIM database to see what Trade Marks were filed the day previous. It averages about 380 (there was 387 yesterday) and it’s a great way of getting ahead of some brands who (rightly) have sought protection in advance of rolling our certain products or services. Every day there’s a few gems of Trade Mark Applications filed, but this must surely take the biscuit. Behold the Trade Mark Application for…..
I’ll have the rest of the standout applications later (including a potential new Paddy Power product or promotion), but I thought this bad boy deserved a post all of its own, don’t you?