Gander Wins Direct Marketing Trademarks from Cabela's
- Legal loss doesn't faze direct-selling plans. // Marketing News;9/15/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 15, p56
Reports on the ruling given by a federal judge which prohibits Gander Mountain Co. to use its own name for direct marketing as of August 2005. Reason for prohibiting Gander Mountain use its name for its direct marketing business; Background of the dispute between Gander Mountain and Cabela's...
- Gander Mountain ruling paves path for direct launch. // Multichannel Merchant (Penton Media, Inc.);Aug2007, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p7
The article focuses on a ruling by a U.S. federal judge giving sporting goods retailer Gander Mountain the legal right to use its logo and name in all direct marketing channels, including catalogs and e-commerce. The firm operates 108 retail stores in 22 states as well as an informational...
- Dunn's Catalog Too Close for Orvis's Comfort. Miller, Paul // Catalog Age;Apr2004, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p9
Reports on the intention of Orvis Co. to sue competitor Dunn's Supply Catalog owned by outdoor sporting goods cataloger/retailer Cabela's Inc. for trademark and trade dress infringement in early March 2004. Elements allegedly copied by Dunn's catalog from Orvis; Demands of Orvis from Dunn's.
- Trademarks are big concern for small businesses. Cowley, Clark // Fort Worth Business Press;10/3/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 38, p36
Provides tips on dealing with trademark-related problems faced by small businesses in the U.S. Advice for small companies on researching trademark's legal availability; Suggestions for businesses in taking legal steps regarding deterring trademark infringement.
- Trademarks with a reputation: bridging the `logical lapse'. Howell, Claire // Communications Law: Journal of Computer, Media & Telecommunicati;2004, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p213
The article focuses on the Trade Marks Regulations 2004, which came into force on May 5, 2004. Regulation 7 repeals s 5(3)(b) and amends s 10(3) of the Trade Marks Act 1994, implementing the decision of the European Court of Justice in Davidoff & Cie SA and Zino Davidoff SA v Gofkid Ltd., which...
- You can make your mark with your signature. Retsky, Maxine Lans // Marketing News;9/23/96, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p13
The article discusses the legal aspects of applying trademarks in the United States. These marks are treated the same as word marks and fall into two categories: inherently distinctive marks, which do not require proof of secondary meaning; and not inherently distinctive marks, which require...
- MAKE YOUR MARK. Su, Allen // Enterprise China;Dec2011, p36
The article reports on the move of the Chinese government to provide several procedures for trademark protection. It states that the country uses the First-to-File System, which requires foreign trademark owners to register all the trademarks in their portfolios including their Chinese...
- LAS MARCAS NO TRADICIONALES. CASTRO GARCÍA, JUAN DAVID // Propiedad Inmaterial;2012, Issue 16, p297
Recent developments in national and international trade implied that new forms of trademarks arise in the market. This article outlines some of them.
- From porridge to stockfeed. Owens, Peter // NZ Business;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p15
The article presents an update on the activities of the iconic New Zealand trademark, Sgt Dan. For many years, Sgt Dan was the iconic figure of Creamota porridge from Gore. However, the trademark is still alive despite the closure of Creamota. Sgt Dan is now the trademark of Sgt Dan Stockfoods...