- Mar 22, 2009
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This is correct.I am not a lawyer but my guess is the Cleveland baseball team paid this woman off for the trademark mark (which is actually still in progress and hasn't been awarded yet), and this is basically the paperwork to transfer the trademark paper work to them
This is correct.
I am not privy to patent law in particular, but if this is like most other legal filings, the woman is withdrawing her application/claim for the trademark.
And with prejudice means that her legal team is saying that they will not be filing a future application or contesting the trademark any further.
She undoubtedly received a generous financial settlement.
So Guardians it is.
Oh shit!Except it's filed by the opposer and served on the applicant. The memo also says the applicant hasn't signed the dismissal. I never did any trademark law so maybe this is just some weird form of filing. If the applicant had settled, though, I would have expected that counsel to file the dismissal.
I’m confused by Cleveland sports fans that have never heard of the Guardians.
They have been in countless “hype” videos for both Cavs and Indians games in stadium and on tv. They were in the player intro video for the Cavs for at least 2 years during Lebron era. The Cavs even had the guardians on their shorts for one of their alternate jerseys 3-4 years ago.
I think I’ve only driven on that bridge once in my life and like many here, have been to Cleveland countless times, but the guardians are pretty well shoved down your throat often.
Still the best name of you ask me though.