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Chippendales’ “Professional and Classy Sexy Fun” Deemed Not Inherently Distinctive. By Phillip Hill – Edited by Ian C. Wildgoose Brown In re Chippendales USA, Inc., Serial No. 78/666,598 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 1, 2010) Opinion On October 1, the United States Court for the Federal Circuit affirmed the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, which ruled that Chippendales USA, Inc. could not register its “abbreviated tuxedo” costume, the “Cuffs & Collar,” as an inherently distinctive mark. The Court held that even though live adult entertainment typically involves “revealing and provocative” ... Read More...
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