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Brian Patrick Kinder
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Brian Kinder’s Legal Cases

18 total


  • New Enchantment v. The Journey Spa & Wellness Center

    Practice Area:
    Trademark infringement
    Date:
    Sep 02, 2014
    Outcome:
    Settled pursuant to a confidential settlement agreement
    Description:
    Trademark infringement lawsuit.
  • Venvest Ballard v. Clockwork Home Services

    Practice Area:
    Trademark infringement
    Outcome:
    Pending
    Description:
    Federal declaratory judgment action for non-infringement of trademark, non-compete and unfair competition.
  • Clutch Masters v. eClutchMaster

    Practice Area:
    Trademark infringement
    Date:
    Jul 28, 2015
    Outcome:
    Opposition granted, judgment for my client, infringing application cancelled by Trademark Trial and Appeal Board
    Description:
    Opposition before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board for a trademark application directed to a mark confusingly similar to my client's trademark.
  • Primarily merely a surname refusal

    Practice Area:
    Trademark application
    Date:
    Sep 11, 2015
    Outcome:
    Refusal reversed and application approved for publication.
    Description:
    Client received a refusal of registration to trademark application on grounds that the mark was merely a surname. Submitted comprehensive arguments and case law against refusal of registration.
  • Likelihood of confusion refusal

    Practice Area:
    Trademark application
    Date:
    May 13, 2014
    Outcome:
    Refusal reversed and application approved for publication.
    Description:
    My client's trademark application was refused registration on grounds of an alleged likelihood of confusion with another trademark registration. Submitted arguments against refusal.
  • Merely Descriptive Refusal

    Practice Area:
    Trademark application
    Date:
    Dec 09, 2014
    Outcome:
    Refusal reversed and application approved for publication.
    Description:
    My client's application was refused registration on grounds that the mark was allegedly merely descriptive of the underlying goods. After I submitted arguments against the refusal, Examining Attorney refused to reverse. Filed an appeal and the brief was so convincing that the Examining Attorney didn't even bother filing an opposition brief.
  • Structural Plastics v. Sam Pievac Company

    Practice Area:
    Trademark infringement
    Date:
    Sep 15, 2015
    Outcome:
    Pending
    Description:
    Trademark infringement lawsuit involving dispute over the rights to SPC.
  • Nova-Ortho Medical v. Farinpour

    Practice Area:
    Trademark infringement
    Date:
    Sep 22, 2015
    Outcome:
    pending
    Description:
    Trademark infringement and cybersquatting case.