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patentandtrademarkpatentandtrademark subscriber Posts: 103
edited December 2008 in Protecting Your Ideas
Chippendales is apparently having trouble registering its “trademark” uniform worn by the male dancers.  What do YOU think?  When you see some buff dude with the bow tie and the cuffs, do YOU think, “Hey, I must be at Chippendales?” or do you think, “Hey, this is the general type of outfit worn by male strippers?”  In other words, is this uniform inherently distinctive of Chippendales specifically or male strippers in general?  I`m not sure if the picture is showing up below or not.  Here is the link.


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ef_M4U2nwus/S ... ndales.jpg


patentandtrademark12/1/2008 10:37 AM


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