Trademark News & Screw-ups Chelsea Handler Is Being Accused of Ripping Off Her “A Broad Abroad” Segment

Once again, a demand (even when it's just a simple tweet) backed up by a registered trademark makes the adverse party immediately reconsider their ways. Without a registered trademark, you usually have to go the whole way from your lawyers writing a demand letter (that is often ignored) to taking the dispute all the way through the court system.

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