Trademark News & Screw-ups Reebok Loses Conor McGregor Trademark Battle

Just because it's your last name, doesn't mean you can use it as a brand of a product or a service if someone else had already trademarked the name. What's really curious in this case is that Reebok and the owners of the McGregor brand couldn't figure out a licensing deal. Something tells me, there will be some behind-the-scenes arrangements now that the judges have spoken.

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