Moskin Quoted on Parody Starbucks Coffee Shop in Los Angeles

10 February 2014 International Business Times News

International Business Times

Partner Jonathan Moskin was quoted in an International Business Times article on February 10, 2014 titled, “Dumb Starbucks Coffee and Trademark Law: Brilliant Parody or Blatant Infringement?” The article discusses a quasi-coffee shop, Dumb Starbucks, that popped up in Los Angeles and has been enjoying steady buzz on social media ever since. Moskin was quoted saying, “Since what they are ‘selling’ is identical to what Starbucks sells and since they don’t seem to have a clear message, I could easily see Starbucks winning this dispute.”

Insights

RCE PTA Carve-Out Resumes After Interference
18 September 2019
PharmaPatents
Upcoming Webinar: Maximizing Solar Tax Credits - Navigating the Start of Construction Rules (Part 1)
17 September 2019
Renewable Energy Outlook
When Birds Finally Find a Nest
17 September 2019
Dashboard Insights
DHS Moves Closer to Launching its H-1B Cap Registration System
16 September 2019
Labor & Employment Law Perspectives
MedTech Impact Expo & Conference
13-15 December 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Review of 2020 Medicare Changes for Telehealth
11 December 2019
Member Call
BRG Healthcare Leadership Conference
06 December 2019
Washington, D.C.
CTeL Telehealth Fall Summit 2019
04-06 December 2019
Washington, D.C.