Judge voids lawyer's trademark registration for 'We not me'

, The National Law Journal

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Illinois lawyer W. Brand Bobosky's branding efforts for "We not me" hit a major roadblock when an Oregon federal magistrate judge voided his trademark registration based on the finding that Bobosky did not intend to use the trademark as he represented he would in two applications.

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  • Timothy E. Morgan

    OK, he should be allowed to trademark %22Us Not Me%22 or %22We Not I.%22 But blatant grammatical abuse does not deserve the protections of the Lanham Act.

  • Timothy E. Morgan

    OK, he should be allowed to trademark %22Us Not Me%22 or %22We Not I.%22 But blatant grammatical abuse does not deserve the protections of the Lanham Act.

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