The Trademark King is (Almost) Dead

You may remember my earlier post about Mr. Douglas Lehocky, who spent about $50,000 during Thanksgiving week of 2014 to register things like:


I told you then that all his applications were heading for the grave and that the self-styled Trademark King’s misunderstanding of trademark law has cost him dearly, much like Richard III at Bosworth field.

As of today, 96 of the applications are dead and gone. I’ll check back in another month or so and let you know how many more have died. None of them stand a chance. It’s just a matter of time.

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