Hey Guys! I know it's been a while since I've done anything substantial with this blog. Call it a combo of law school and work and laziness. But recently I've had the urge to do some nails. A very crazy urge. So I sat down in my lab and brewed up a few options for … Continue reading Coming out of Retirement Soon!
GA nail tech running for State Senator to support Beauty Industry Reform Tamara Johnson, Nail Tech is running for State Senator in Georgia District 40! She is also behind http://www.Politicsbeauty.org! Check her out and if you are in Georgia, please make sure you get out on May 20! http://www.tamaraforgeorgia.com. Check out her Q& A with Nails … Continue reading GA nail tech running for State Senator to support Beauty Industry Reform
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 … Continue reading 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 … Continue reading Caviar Nails: The Background