Trademark News & Screw-ups Penn State sues business owner for trademark infringement

Busted. This is gonna hurt. But this also shows the inefficiency of the state trademark registration system. It creates more confusion than value forcing legitimate brand owners to use the court system to prove a blatant infringement—simply because the defendant now has a semblance of a legal right in the names. Which, of course, is not going to survive for long once the case hits the Federal court system.

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