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Red, White, and Sued

July 19, 2010

Our prize for most delicious-sounding law firm memo goes to Robert E. Browne of Neal Gerber Eisenberg.  In “TTAB Sustains Opposition Based Solely on Likelihood of Dilution by Blurring For the First Time Since the Passage of the Federal Dilution Trademark Act,” Browne explores how lobsters and other seafood have challenged the iconic phrase “The Other White Meat,” and the ways in which this conflict has made legislative history.

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