Web-based filing company Trademarkia.com has announced its annual trademark bullies and victims lists for 2014. While Monster Energy Company was named the biggest bully, it’s important that the list is approached critically.

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RE: Monster Energy Company heads trademark bullies top 10, but list is not all it seems

One might think of a "victim" also as a company that does a poor job clearing trademarks.

Anonymous user, on 02 Jun 2015 @ 13:39

RE: Monster Energy Company heads trademark bullies top 10, but list is not all it seems

Watch service are actually pretty inexpensive. The significant cost is hiring outside counsel to represent you in an opposition proceedings. Opposition proceedings in the U.S. are mini-trials, with the proceedings being recorded by court reporters instead of being presented live in a courtroom. The parties can conduct discovery, and the costs can rival those of a full-blown trial in some cases.

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