Monthly Archive: March 2006

SC Johnson & Sons, Inc., through the National Advertising Division (“NAD”), challenged Colgate-Palmolive’s recent claims pertaining to Murphy Soft-Wipes pre-moistened dust cloths. Among the claims SC Johnson found questionable were those found in a newspaper FSI, stating the product: “Actively Repels Dust,” and “Delay[s] dust from redepositing on freshly cleaned surfaces.” SC Johnson, a Colgate-Palmolive …

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Notwithstanding a gallant fight from Reed Elsevier Properties, Inc. at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”), the TTAB judges found the mark lawyers.com, for a website providing access to an online interactive database featuring information exchange in the field of law, to be generic. In a

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