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Timberland gets stepped on by 4th Circuit after 9-year attempt to register trade dress

2024 IPDBRF 0044By Zak BoergerWESTLAW Intellectual Property Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Timberland gets stepped on by 4th Circuit after 9-year attempt to register trade dress

2024 IPDBRF 0044By Zak BoergerWESTLAW Intellectual Property Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Timberland gets stepped on by 4th Circuit after 9-year attempt to register trade dress

(April 18, 2024) - TBL Licensing LLC has stumbled again by failing to show that design aspects of its popular Timberland boot possess the required distinctiveness to act as a source identifier under trademark law, a federal appeals panel has ruled....

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Article: TTAB Stomps on Timberland's attempt to register boot's design 2021IPDBRF0041
Date: April 9, 2021
TBL Licensing LLC was unable to convince the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board that the design of its popular Timberland boot had acquired sufficient distinctiveness to merit its own trademark.
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