The man who has accused Kevin Spacey of “touching and fondling” him in a bar in July 2016 is suing the actor for unspecified damages in civil court.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has denied Rapper Cardi B’s application to trademark her catchphrase, “Okurr” because it’s too “commonplace.”
The Supreme Court has struck down the federal law that prohibited the registration of “immoral or scandalous” ideas as unconstitutional, paving the way for Thunderpussy's trademark.
DHS has agreed to suspend media monitoring services thanks to a lawsuit filed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC).
The Kardashian sisters clinched a legal victory when a unanimous three-judge panel of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals tossed a trademark infringement lawsuit against them over their now-defunct cosmetics line.
Stylist Cristina Acevedo is suing her former client Nicki Minaj, claiming that the rapper refuses to pay her for her services rendered over a period of 24 days in the spring of 2017 — not "even one penny."
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has to make a lot of close calls regarding the ownership of words or marks used to denote the source of a product or service.
Netflix has asked a federal court to dismiss the trademark infringement lawsuit filed against it by the creators of the "Choose Your Own Adventure Book" series over the use of the term and concept in "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch."
The creators of the giant stuffed llamas in Fall Out Boy’s “Young and Menace” video have sued the band, alleging they were licensed to use the puppets for just the video “but not beyond.”
Despite widespread citizen protests and criticism from legal scholars, tech companies and human rights advocates, the European Parliament has voted in favor of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive.
Although the case seemed primed for settlement, Nicki Minaj has countered Tracy Chapman’s copyright infringement lawsuit over Minaj’s “Sorry,” claiming that Chapman doesn’t even own the copyright of “Baby Can I Hold You” and that her lifting of aspects of that song was fair use.
Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t taking the $3.1 million lawsuit against her over an alleged skiing incident lying down. The Oscar-winning actress has filed a counterclaim against Terry Sanderson, and her recitation of events that fateful day on the slopes of the Deer Valley Resort in Utah differ greatly from Sanderson’s version.
On October 11, 2018, Gigi Hadid posted a photo of herself on Instagram.
I know, that is not news. But it became news when the New York company that owns the photo's copyright objected to Hadid's publication of the image without its consent.
Japanese fabric supplier Toki Sen-I Co. has sued Kanye West, alleging that he backed out of a purchasing contract, leaving them on the hook for over $600,000 worth of fleece specially produced for Yeezy shoes that they now can't sell.
Cliff Sims is asking a D.C. federal judge to declare one of President Donald Trump’s infamous non-disclosure agreements unenforceable because, he claims, it violates his First Amendment rights. And he’s got a pretty solid case.