UPDATED: PDF file is now on dropbox, so the file should download much faster. Thanks for the feedback! I am so pleased to share my very first sticker set! I designed this using Adobe Illustrator, Silhouette Designer Plus Studio, and seeing as how I am a Creative Market Partner, I also used a few Creative Market design elements.
Category: Intellectual Property
This week’s mani Monday comes from one of my fave polish bloggers, Polish-Obsession. I love her looks. Check out the post below. Hi fellow nail polish lovers!!I have a girly look to share with you today!Artificial LightArtificial LightFor this mani, I used Tux Polish’s Blueberry smoothie, a bright purple creme packed with shimmer, and paired it with Butter London’s Molly-Coddled, a lavender creme. Both … Read More Mani Monday: Girly
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued a patent to CND for “Removable Multilayer Nail Coating System and Method” on Sept 24. Prior, CND introduced VINYLUX, a two part weekly polish system that guarantees a chip free wear for up to 7 days and is easily removable. The color polish includes the base coat. I know a lot of nail techs swear by … Read More Creative Nail Design (CND) obtains patent for “Removable Multilayer Nail coating System”
Friday, I gave you the background of the Ciate dispute. Today Im giving a legal analysis (I am not a lawyer) and wrapping it up into a final point of the whole issue. The Lanham Act protects unregistered trademarks to the same extent as registered marks because trademark rights emanate from the use and not merely the registration of the mark. It is generally … Read More Caviar Nails: The Point
Caviar Nails Dispute In March 2012, Ciaté applied for a trademark for the word mark ‘Caviar Manicure’ and ‘Ciaté Caviar Manicure‘. After they applied for the trademark, they apparently notified several Nail Polish Bloggers that should stop calling their manicures topped with tiny round balls, ‘caviar’ manicures. Some people may ask, ‘what exactly is a trademark?’. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office … Read More Caviar Nails: The Background